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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Friday, June 18, 2010

Lone Creek Falls South Africa

02 Lone Creek Falls Mpumalanga ZA pano (587x1024)
Mpumalanga,"place of the rising sun” – could also be called place of many waterfalls. Lone Creek Falls is just one of many.

14 comments:

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Everytime I open your blog, I get lost down the winding road in your opening picture. Then today my heart got lost in the pictures from SA as well :) Diane

mountain.mama said...

I WANT TO GO TO AFRICA! Joan's goshawk pictures are incredible. The waterfall is gorgeous. I WANT TO GO!!!

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

You sure got some fantastic pictures my friend. Strangely enough that spider looks just like one someone sent me to identify. This must be a very well known one. :) Sorry, but I still have not found a book on them or found someone to do the identification for me.

I was just lucky with the Goshawk in that I had the longer lens on.

Thanks Mountain.mama. You are welcome to come over anytime too and I will take you there. I love showing people around our lovely country.

Carolyn said...

Gaelyn you do such a wonderful job capturing the beauty and essence of every place you visit. Your critter captures are wonderful. Thanks for sharing.
Smiles

Janie said...

The waterfall is beautiful, as are your photos of the surrounding rain forest. Love the spider with his egg sac.

Diane AZ said...

Very different from your Arizona pictures. Greenery, moisture, fungi, African Goshawk, so wild and wonderful!

Light and Voices said...

Every time you post, I enjoy seeing South Africa through your eyes. Wonderful photos!
Joyce

Jo said...

Oh WOW, Gaelyn;) I've never been here. We're planning a bike trip (with new bike awaiting collection in July!) to Mpumulanga. Hopefully we'll get as far as this area in the short time allocated on this trip. Thanks for sharing. (((Hugs))) Jo

Small City Scenes said...

Well what ever the right name the falls is a beauty.
Interesting spider shot. Well all the shots are interesting. How neat that you were able to go to South Africa. MB

Kathiesbirds said...

Such sights to see, goshawk and falls!

Quiet Paths said...

What a sight those falls are. That alone probably was worth the long trip! I've really enjoyed these photos.

dAwN said...

Such a great post filled with amazing finds..Those falls are amazing what ever name they are called..
Must have been such a fab trip!

Wondering said...

I love your photography....
I love to be outside
What an absolutely fantabulous opportunity you have to breathe in "The great outdoors"

Thanks for sharing

Firefly said...

There really are so many waterfalls in Mpumalanga as well as in Natal, and I haven't explored either of those very well. You are shaming me as far as seeing the northeastern part of this beautiful country of mine.

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