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Tsitsikamma Two









Days two and three: damp walks through indigenous forest, mist and smoke, river crossings. Fire-cooked foodwe showed some Gauteng carnivores how to camp vegan-like. I'm not sure they bought it.













Days four and five: sunshine at last, swimming in that wonderful black-red Tsitsikamma water.
Undulating (so said the trail map) hills, baboon barks, crowns and cabins.
A few bruises, and a Canadian sunburnred shoulders and a white neck.

New resolution: more holidays without electricity.
Thanks to lovely friends for making this one happen. You're the best.

P.S. Those replies. They'll have to wait for an at-home internet connection, in a few months. Thank you as always for saying hi!

12 comments:

  1. looks like an awesome(ly photographed) vacation.

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  2. WOW! that looks like such a relaxing trip!

    xo
    sami

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  3. I haven't been to Tsitsikamma in a few years, your photos make me wanna drive up there right now. It's a magical place.

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  4. i think this is the best resolution i've ever heard, ooh yes, more holidays without electricity, more holidays without electricity!

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  5. this trip looks amazing! gorgeous warm film shots.

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  6. Aww, see me jealous over here! I've been there three years ago and loved it. Please say hello to the waves!

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  7. awesome holiday with awesome photos to match. they are all sweet but that first sunset picture, its contrast, is really beautiful.

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  8. your photography is so dreamy. i wish life would be a nice vacay everyday.

    ANDWHATELSEISTHERE

    SHOP

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  9. That's really great to get so close to the nature.

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  10. This entire set is gorgeous! The diptychs are so perfectly put together.

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