Collection by Nicolette Liang

Nicolette Liang
Wine country, Hex River Valley, Western Cape, South Africa - hours drive from Cape Town. South Afrika, South African Wine, Westerns, Le Cap, Out Of Africa, In Vino Veritas, Africa Travel, Countries Of The World, Wine Country

Western Cape Winelands

wine country, Hex River Valley, western Cape, South Africa. Photo: SA Tourism

Weet nie hoe huisie se dak lyk, maar rooi sink is nostalgies en klink mooi in die reën. Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Landscape Pictures, South Afrika, Farm Paintings, South African Artists, Le Moulin, Photo Art, Live


Explore Aways_Better_The_Next_Day: Back again's photos on Flickr. Aways_Better_The_Next_Day: Back again has uploaded 421 photos to Flickr.

The Travel Tester vintage travel poster collection. It's time to get nostalgic with this week's retro destination: Vintage Travel Posters South Africa Posters Decor, Art Posters, Old Poster, Afrique Art, Tourism Poster, Le Cap, Cape Town South Africa, South Africa Art, Africa Map

Anderson Design Group Store

Anderson Design Group is a Nashville-based poster art design firm founded by Joel Anderson. Most popular travel posters include the National Parks posters, Spirit of Nashville, American Travel, and the World Travel collections. We also offer a wide variety of unique gifts, books, postcards, metal signs, canvas, & more.

Hugenot Monument Franschoek 5 minutes from La Clé des Montagnes- 4 luxurious vil. Places To Travel, Places To See, Les Seychelles, Cape Town South Africa, Historical Sites, Historical Photos, Grand Tour, Rest Of The World, African History

Hugenot Monument Franschoek

Explore Cape Town Guy's photos on Flickr. Cape Town Guy has uploaded 6630 photos to Flickr.

John Stobart ‘Cape Town: The Bark "William Hales" Towing Out of Port in limited edition print showing the American bark, WILLIAM HALES. South African Art, Cape Town South Africa, Historical Pictures, Tall Ships, African History, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Sailing Ships, Beautiful

Cape Town: The Bark, William Hales, Towing Out Of Port In 1886. The featured vessel in this painting is the American bark, William Holes. She was rounding the Cape of Good Hope from Singapore en route to New York when she went aground on a reef off Struis Point. The ships' log reveals the predicament. "Put in leaky. Struck reef off Struis Point and bumped very heavily. After setting all sail ship came off. All hands worked pumps. Water gained rapidly so made for Table Bay."