South Africa

Travelling from Porterville

For us, the story begins here Why-Elephant's-Eye? 
He volunteered for the Cape Leopard Trust in the Cederberg.

Groot Winterhoek Wilderness Area 

Where-disas-live in August 2009    
FIRE-on-our-mountain in March 2009   
After our mountain fire, flowers in November 2009
Dasklip-pass-to-Groot-Winterhoek and Berghoff-proteas-to-Chelsea in May 2011
Things-fall-apart, the-centre-cannot-holdSunshine-bush-after-fire proteas and
Return-to-Groot-Winterhoek hike in August 2011
Wildflower-Wednesday-in-Groot-Winterhoek June 2012
From the snow-capped Groot Winterhoek June 2013
Sunshine and firelight from Leucadendrons in Groot Winterhoek August 2014

Western Cape

Bees-snow-and-proteas
Cape-snow-in-April 2011
Where-proteas-live with a map of Mediterranean climates around the world
Citrusdal Victorian Spa
Org de Rac wine estate Baby-forest-and-earthworms

To Rocher-pan in late November 2013.
To the mouth of the Berg River to see migratory birds.

(2017 - I'm editing posts which are not Elephant's Eye garden 
in and around Porterville 
and have moved them to my new False Bay blog)  

Words by Diana of Elephant's Eye


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