Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Kirstenbosch, Cape Town - Part 2

Recently we went with our house church to Kirstenbosch - the botanical gardens in Cape Town. These first two photos are of our girls walking with friends as they explored the gardens together. The place is really big and so it was impossible to see everything in one visit, but we had a lot of fun and we were totally satisfied with all that we did get to see.

Be sure to check out Part 1,
if you missed it!

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Our three girls walking through the
botanical garden with friends.



Pin Cushion Protea

Cheetah - Sculpture by
Dylan Lewis

Sign: The Marsh Rose with
a living specimen on the right
The Marsh Rose belongs in the Protea family. It is red listed as vulnerable, meaning that it faces a high risk of extinction in the wild in the near future.

Blue Squill or
Scilla Natalensis

Amanda at a stream

Horsetail Restio or
Elegia Capensis

The spot where our fellowship
sat for a picnic.

A Helmeted Guineafowl looking
for some bread that fell.

These next photos of Amanda and me were
taken by Robbie, my husband.

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All original photographs by Tina Morley
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mostly in English mit ein bisschen Deutsch.

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