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March Lily, The Naked Lady

In Gardening On 14 February 2015 2 Comments

The March Lily, (also known as “Naked Ladies, due to their bare stems”) gets its name due to the fact that it normally flowers in the Western Cape… Read More »

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Hout Bay The Beauty Of The Coast

In Out & About On 4 March 2014 0 Comments

Hout bay is a stunning little Fisherman’s village just about a 20 minute drive from the centre of the city with some of the best views on earth… Read More »

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Rietvlei flooded as storms hit Cape Town

In Out & About On 16 August 2013 2 Comments

Last time we had this kind of flooding in Cape Town was in 2007. Today we travelled around Rietvlei and down to Milnerton to capture photos of what’s… Read More »

Southern D-C Sunbird

Sunbirds and Sugarbirds of the Western Cape

In Wildlife On 15 April 2013 1 Comment

Southern Double-Collared Sunbird These little birds can easily be called the gems of the Western Cape with their bright jewel-like colours and long curved beaks. At present they… Read More »

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Harold Porter Botanical Gardens

In Out & About On 1 April 2013 0 Comments

The Harold Porter Botanical Gardens is situated in Betty’s Bay in the Western Cape. Originally named Shangri-La Nature reserve, when it was later taken over by the National… Read More »