Typical Cape Nature

You might call it a rant and I don’t care. Where- and whenever I enter a nature reserve I go off the beaten track. I’ve been in several nature reserves in the Western Cape, South Africa that are managed by Cape Nature (a semi-governmental institute). And as always I see rubbish hidden. I saw it recently at the lagoon between Hermanus and Stanford and a week ago also in De Hoop Nature Reserve (a heritage site).

Author: Herman van Bon Photography

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4 thoughts on “Typical Cape Nature”

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