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Africa Tag

Travel Postcards / 22.12.2012

The beauty of nature often takes my breath away. I look at its perfection, like in this natural rock sculpture in the middle of the Algerian desert, and get to think once more at how much inspiration can come from the nature surrounding us. No wonders that so many artists have studied nature, no matter the scenery,...

Travel Postcards / 27.10.2012

  Of the many countries I had the privilege to visit during the last years, Algeria occupies a special place in my travel memories. Algeria lunar landscape is just heart-warming. One of those images that remain deeply impressed in anyone's memories. Golden and pink dunes, rocks sculpted by the wind and a gorgeous landscape as far as the...

Travel Postcards / 02.09.2012

A few experiences in life are as exhilarating as flying over the Okavango Delta in Botswana. The view from the small airplanes flying from one resort to the other is breathtaking and as the altitude is rather low, it's possible to see herds of animals during the flight. [pullquote]Flying over the Okavango Delta is one of...

Travel Postcards / 04.06.2012

Lubanzi is a small village along South Africa Wild Coast, immersed in a breathtaking scenery made of smooth green hills, round huts and deserted beaches. Kids on the beach play, run, bath and after a while, they slowly approach. There aren't many visitors in this remote area, thus the children look at us with a mix...

Travel Postcards / 23.05.2012

Along South Africa beautiful Wild Coast, Lubanzi is a little isolated village overlooking the hills and the sea cliffs in a dramatic landscape. Local villagers mostly live in the traditional round huts, often decorated externally with brilliant colors. People live simply, with what little they have, but they welcome visitors with their smiles, happy to share....

Travel Postcards / 04.04.2012

The 52 km long Cape Peninsula, leading to the Cape of Good Hope through a wild landscape of roughed beauty, is a place you shouldn't miss if visiting Cape Town. The best way to enjoy Cape Peninsula? Definitely walking or riding a bike!   More reading: Cape of Good Hope: Wild, Windy and Fascinating  ...

Travel Postcards / 22.03.2012

Not far from Cape Town, on the Southern coast, Muizenberg is a favorite spot for surfers, coming here to ride the waves. Along the beach, people walking or jogging, often with their dog, children building castles with the sand, and the colorful Muizenberg beach huts. An easy-going beach resort where everyone can have a good time.   More...

Travel Postcards / 21.03.2012

For as much I love nature and wilderness, I am very bad at botany and can hardly recognize much more than a daisy and a weeping willow. I took this picture many years ago in Botswana, delighted by the shape and colors of an African tree from which I still ignore the name. Does anyone know which...