Recently we visited the Hugenot Memoral Museum in Franschhoek. Unknown to many South Africans (isn’t it amazing?) is the Perfume Museum. It’s part of the Hugenot Memorial Museum. Over 95% of the visitors is from abroad. More about the Perfume Museum: see a previous post of a few days ago.
Just an impression of the history of the French Hugenots and how they found their way to and in South Africa.
… is French for Guinea-flowl. This one is a special (light colored) breed and we met her on a farm near Barrydale in the Western Cape, South Africa.
A title in French always sounds ‘très chique’ 😉 Translated it means ‘The Cretan Labyrinth in the Ancient Forest’. You see; French is not that difficult except when you are in conversation with French people because they talk so fast that it seems that they forget half of the words…
Anyway this is an imaginary with 25 layers (textures) of the labyrinth in Platbos; the Southernmost ancient forest of the African Continent of which I recently published some pictures (see link). All layers/textures are derived from images I made in this forest.
As usual with my imaginaries: I am watching you.