… at the other side of the fence
…. but still many more days to go by the (political) looks of it.
I have documented the first 101 days of lockdown in South Africa. All black and white pictures shot in and around our village (Napier, Western Cape).
The lockdown has eased a bit and we were able to open our gallery again.
You are welcome to visit and see a new series of jewellery and haiku photographs.
Click on each picture to see it in full.
This morning we first enjoyed a magnificent sunrise followed by the usual stroll through ‘Tamatie Kraal’ at the other side of the village (Napier, Western Cape, South Africa). There is some local witchcraft over there. Back via the local super market and on the way admiring the nostrils of a Lippizaner and a complaining Bach about an empty food tray. Finishing off via the local pottery and a delicious eggs & bacon at Fabio (who for the photo-opportunity lowered his face mask).
We all want food on the table don’t we? and a good wine… The guys in the picture work at one of the best small wine cellars in South Africa; producing only 8000 to 9000 bottles per year finding their way to collectors around the globe… Ain’t I lucky to have them as neighbours?