Mountains

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The dry mountain landscape is brightened up by orange aloe flowers. South Africa, Drakensberg (Dragon's Mountain) in the background. Photo by Robin Du Bois.

Aloes and Drakensberg Photo

This photo from the TrekNature travel gallery is titled 'Aloes and Drakensberg Photo'.

Exploring South Africa: Planning Wine Tasting in Franschhoek

One Month in Africa: Itinerary + Planning Insights | The Wanderlust Effect

We're planning for a month in Africa, beginning in Rwanda and ending in South Africa. Check out our itinerary + tips from our planning experience!

Acrylic Painting Lesson - How to Paint Grasses and Other Plants Using Fan Brush by JM Lisondra - YouTube

Do's and Don't on Painting Mountains in Step by Step Basic Acrylic Painting Tutorial by JM Lisondra

Subscribe for more videos in the future: http://www.youtube.com/user/artjomalis?sub_confirmation=1Learn how to paint mountains the proper way. Please hit lik...

step by step acrylic painting techniques for painting mountains - Yahoo Video Search Results

Acrylic Landscape Painting Lesson - Mountains and Cliffs 2 by JMLisondra

This tutorial is almost the same on my time-lapse video "mountains and cliffs". I just wan't to show the technique on how I painted the first version. This ...

With stately manor houses and vineyards setting the scene, the Cape wineland region is famed for being the culinary capital of South Africa. Here are ten, top Franschhoek eateries: 1. Monte Rochelle’s Country Kitchen is like a scene from provincial France…Read more ›

Top 10 Franschhoek Restaurants - Africa Geographic

With stately manor houses and vineyards setting the scene, the Cape wineland region is famed for being the culinary capital of South Africa. Here are ten, top Franschhoek eateries: 1. Monte Rochelle’s Country Kitchen is like a scene from provincial France – fillet medallions and asparagus risotto can be enjoyed outside on a cobbled terrace, overhung …

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Autumn in South Africa

grapevines changing colour in autumn, Worcester/Paarl region of the Western Cape - June 2006