Vultures and hyenas do nature a great service.
Green Abstraction; Secret Nature
I don't think captions are necessary. I will let nature speak for itself! How curious can I possibly beTo envision a day upon a leaf.A Tom Thumb I would need to be!To hop and skip upon a frond -Yes! It is beyond belief! ~C.StreetExcerpt from, ‘Once Upon a Leaf.’ ©️ Copyright Caroline Street ArtPoetry Photography... Continue Reading →
Genesis of Life: The Makhonjwa Mountains.
Recently I took a trip to Barberton, which is about an hours drive. There is a restaurant there in an old house dating back to the gold rush days of the 1880s. After lunch, I took a trip into the Makhonjwa Mountains, which is a series of beautiful green hills. The views from a high... Continue Reading →
‘Bushveld Bliss’. Take a stroll with me through the African Bushveld.
Join me on this bush excursion, which I have recorded in pics and words.
It’s not often I have seen a languid leopard.
The leopards I have seen in the Kruger Park are usually darting across the road, or having an afternoon siesta under the shade of a tree, but I have never seen a leopard practically asleep on its feet.
The sun has bowed out and the moon is poised, In the dead of night, there is scarcely any noise; Dark and misty, the clouds just an outline,
The Web of Lies
The poem, The Web of Lies, was difficult to write as I did not want to bring the spider into disrepute, because it does have a purpose in the Circle of Life, nevertheless nothing describes lies, living a lie or living in a lie better than a spiders web, as explained in the poem.
The Zany Zebra
These creatures were created for freedom; to run wild! And only from a distance, to be admired.