I was up and ready to go in plenty of time for the drive this morning. While waiting I took a picture of the moon. Three of us were registered and then one more from last night’s drive asked if she could come along too. Luckily, the driver was the same this morning as… Continue reading May 20 – Olifants
First thing this morning I drove to Sunset Dam, where the sightings were African Spoonbill, Hippos, the moon, a pair of Pied Kingfishers, who landed on the bush right beside my car, an Egyptian Goose family, the start of the sunrise,and an African Fish Eagle, just as I was leaving. It is still not light… Continue reading May 14 – Lower Sabie
Last night, I noticed that the condos next door have Christmas lights on their trees – so I took a picture. I have to work on night pictures obviously, but here it is. This morning, I was looking at the dark clouds (our break from winter will soon be over), so I took cloud pictures.… Continue reading From my Window
It was still dark when I got up this morning (which is how it will be for the next several months here now that we are heading into winter). I had an appointment to get the car in to have winter tires put on and the summer ones stored until spring. There were also a… Continue reading Full Moon
This month the full moon is October 27th – but last night on October 25th, it was very interesting looking with the clouds and trees in my back yard.
Chester and I had our morning walk a few minutes too late to get sunrise pictures – but instead we got the wonderful early morning lighting. Having the moon over the Red River in the morning light was too much to resist for a few pictures. All I needed was the Coyote that I haven’t… Continue reading Moon Over the Red River
Today we have a sunrise and a half moon 🙂 that were both seen when Chester and I took our walk along the Red River this morning. There is an adorable baby elephant coming with his/her family to the waterhole at Tembe for the last couple of weeks. It is amazing to watch his little… Continue reading The Sun and the Moon