Aloes in “Die Hel” – June 2002 (via Notes from Africa | photoblog)

I will resume regular posting soon. In the meantime here are some more photos from my photoblog.

Aloes in "Die Hel" - June 2002 The Gamkaskloof is a narrow valley in the Swartberg Mountains, in the Southern Cape. It’s also known locally as “Die Hel” (“The Hell”). According to the Wikipedia article Nobody is sure where the ‘Die Hel’ name came from. One popular story is that a Piet Botha (an animal inspector) visited the valley in the 1940s and used a particlarly difficu … Read More

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I live on the Southern coast of South Africa, and write about the things that interest, amuse or inspire me. You can find me at https://notesfromafrica.wordpress.com and http://southerncape.wordpress.com (my photoblog)

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