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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge.

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I would have thought a higher fence

would have been more appropraite for

South African Safari Camps. 

However, this one at

Sauasage Tree Safari Camp

seemed to work.

 

This is the type of fence that I have spent

a life time building and removing…

 

…and these knots are how we join fence wire. 

 

Home made gate

 

Back gates into

Geelong Grammar School

 

Sydney Harbour Bridge

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-for more than one – benches, couches,

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Aardvark

 

Ape

Auditorium of our

Viennese Concert Hall

Blesbok Antelope

at

Kempton Park Game Lodge

Johannesburg

South Africa

 

Apples

Queen Mum

Agapanthus

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These young legs were admiring…

…not so young legs.

 

Sunbaking legs in Sydney.

 

 

Walking in the rain.

 

Sunbaking in Geelong

Bare Feet

 

Swamphen legs and feet

 

Sunbaker’s feet

Feeding a vulture at South Africa’s

Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre.

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mountain
a large natural elevation of the earth’s surface
rising abruptly from the surrounding level;
a large steep hill.

South Africa’s 

Drakensburg Mountain Range

from

Sausage Tree Safari Camp


Mt Elephant

is one of Western Victoria’s

many extinct/dormant volcanos

Located 1 kilometre west of the township

of Derrinallum, on the Hamilton Highway.

It is an easy one-hour drive from major regional centres

of Geelong, Ballarat, Warrnambool and Hamilton,

and a comfortable two-hour drive from Melbourne.

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Both young and…

…and not so young

wood workers’ hands.

Hugging hands

Shy hands

Black and Tan Kelpie paw

 

Labrador paw

Cheetah paw

Tshukudu Game Lodge

Greater Kruger National Park

South Africa

 

 

Leopard’s paws

Kruger National Park

South Africa

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warning

advance notice of something.

Whenever trains are approaching level crossings

the lights flash red to warn drivers

to stop and give way.

Whenever crossing Queensland’s Daintree River

by ferry, it’s always a good idea to

follow instructions and

remain in your vehicle.

Afterall far better to follow those

instructions than feeding the crocodiles!

Probably a sign that is recognised

the world over.

Most countries have similar signs

warning motorists of local wildlife.

This one is from Botswana…

…while this one was found in Australia.

 

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Pelican feathers

 

 

Ostrich and chicks

Kruger National Park

South Africa

Ostrich

 

Peacock

Vulture

Bateleur Eagle

Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

South Africa

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monkey

a small to medium-sized primate that typically
has a long tail, most kinds of which live in trees
in tropical countries.
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During our first Botswana breakfast we were

unaware that we were being observed

by beady little eyes.

 

By the time our guide was telling us not to

leave bags unattended, it was in the processs of

stealing an apple from MGW’s handbag after which

it scurried to the highest vantage point

it could find.

I am not a fan of monkeys.

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