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Thursday, February 9, 2017

And I think to Myself What a Wonderful World

I was slightly hesitant to publish a blog post a few weeks ago that was comprised of more photos than words. However, I received a lot of positive feedback on the photos. And as Mr. Deep so delicately told me this morning, "sometimes people only want to look at photos and don't want to read all the bullshit." So I think a photo blog every now and then is o.k. 

Last month in Pilanesberg I took numerous pictures of a gorgeous sunset which prompted me to look back through my photos and find other beautiful sunset pics taken in Cape Town in October that I never shared. Then, I got so excited that I expanded my search to include some lovely photos of the South African daytime sky. Enjoy! 
The downtown Joburg skyline taken from the apartheid museum. You can see the green roller coaster at Gold Reef City amusement park "photobombing" the image. 
A heart shaped cloud outside the Regina Mundi church in Soweto. 
Clouds over FNB stadium in Soweto.
Sunset over the Atlantic. Camps Bay, Cape Town (and 2 following photos.)


Sunsets at Pilanesberg National Park, North West Province: 








Madikwe, North West Province.
Oaklands Country Manor, Free State Province.


2 comments:

  1. Lovely! I too felt compelled a few years back to publish a post just with sky pictures. Maybe the sky is the piece of Africa I miss the most.

    Oh, and you can tell Mr. Deep that I enjoy your bullshit very much indeed:)

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    1. Thank you! Yes, the skies are just amazing. And Mr. Deep...yeah, he doesn't sugarcoat. Thanks for being such a loyal reader. :)

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Hello and thank you for taking an interest in my blog. This blog tells the story of some big life changes. First, my husband and I have moved from the U.S. to South Africa for three years. We moved due to an exciting opportunity my husband had with his job. Second, I won't be working anymore. I'm actually not allowed to work so that will be different given that for the past twenty years I've been somewhat of a workaholic. I'm excited to share our adventures with you! My thoughts and opinions are my own.