Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Living in Wine Country - Part 4

Cape Dutch Home and Vineyards

I'm ending off this year with some of my favorite photos of 2014. I've included pictures that I never posted before.

Farm Labor Cottages and Washing on the Lines
Beautiful Wine Country, South Africa
Gathering Wood, South Africa
Jason's Hill Wine Estate
Jason's Hill Wine Estate
Potbelly Deli and Farm Stall
Lavender Cottage
Lavender Cottage
South African Goodies:
Craft Beer from Darling, Biltong from Worcester
(inside the brown paper bag) and
The Last Rhinos by Lawrence Anthony
Freshly Sliced Biltong

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Living in Wine Country - Part 3

We live in the Western Cape, in the beautiful wine region of South Africa. We don't have to go far to find interesting things to photograph. I've chosen some of my favorite photos from this past year. Some I posted before, but some - like these geese - are new. And, just as much as I enjoy going wine tasting, I also enjoy photographing the animals that we see.

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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Living in Wine Country - Part 2

Living in Wine Country, South Africa

Amanda has been blessed experiencing a variety of things like "riding" a horse near the vineyards in Rawsonville and watching tortoises in the Karoo Desert National Botanical Garden.

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A Country Furniture sign
with vineyards behind

Amanda on a horse with
vineyards behind the wall

Amanda is wearing face paint,
in case you were wondering.

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Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Living in Wine Country - Part 1

Let me introduce myself: I'm Christina Morley, an author and photographer living in this neat corner of the world.

Living in South Africa's beautiful wine country is fascinating. I get to take lots of pictures and show you a side of South Africa that you will probably never see on TV or in magazines.

I'm taking a look back through the year and sharing some of my favorite shots, including ones that I'm sharing for the first time. Today's set of pictures are of the wildlife we see in our garden almost everyday, except for the green moth with touches of red, which found its way on our balcony.

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Green and Red Moth


Guineafowl in Flight over Our House

Guineafowl Feather

Hadeda Ibis


Garden Snail and Our Cat

Garden Snail and
Nasturtium Flowers

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