Landscapes

Chizarira

Chizarira

chizarira-004I took these two pictures on the way out of Chizarira National Park. It was hot and mid day, and I thought they captured that hazy heat I so love…

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The image below was taken on our way into the Park – we hadn’t even gone to the offices yet!

National Parks were great – allowed us to store our instruments in a lockup, gave us hints of where to find game…the next day (after sleeping near this precipice) we woke to mist!! No photo opportunities! Chizarira-006

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thehumansarah - 29. Jul, 2014 - Reply

I love those trees

frankiekay - 29. Jul, 2014 - Reply

Me too – love trees!

thehumansarah - 29. Jul, 2014 - Reply

I love those trees

Suki - 30. Jul, 2014 - Reply

Bush views I remember so well xx

Suki - 30. Jul, 2014 - Reply

Bush views I remember so well xx

frankiekay - 30. Jul, 2014 - Reply

I’d never been to Chizarira – Id heard plenty about it! I admit it was nothing like in my imagination…

Suki - 31. Jul, 2014 - Reply

It stands the test of time

frankiekay - 31. Jul, 2014 - Reply

Those massive escarpments…and all along the Zambezi valley…a record of ages past. I often regret missing the ‘antiquity’ of human occupation in Europe: the fantastic architecture evident in the churches and public buildings. But when I compare them to the antiquity of this part of Africa, represented in the many features in our land, I don’t mind so much.
Thanks for passing by and commenting

Bart Wursten - 23. Jul, 2015 - Reply

On my botanical bucketlist 🙂

Bart Wursten - 23. Jul, 2015 - Reply

On my botanical bucketlist 🙂

frankiekay - 23. Jul, 2015 - Reply

I’m pretty botanically challenged, but even I could see lots of things I didnt recognise from this (Mat’land) end of the country