This post features twelve images. FLOWER FALL Flowers tumbling from the tree are pierced by the aloes beneath, a few are wedged in dark corners where they have gone to die. Several are scattered on the path like a broken wreath. Thankfully, the cycle of life is all but over! In their death song, each... Continue Reading →
A Wandering Eye
[This post contains 13 images] There is much to photograph in nature, the choices are endless. I have found that the most surprising photos are the unplanned pics, the little scenes that pop up in the viewfinder. It would be something I did not particularly plan to photograph. This often happens when I am playing... Continue Reading →
Welcome new miracle day! I see a faint moon is still up in the sky, and it is Easter Sunday! HAPPY EASTER! Have a blessed day. Praise Him, sun and moon;Praise Him, all stars of light!~Psalm 148.3. ©️ Copyright Caroline Street Art/Poetry/Photography
Stinky Starfish Flower Cactus
[This post features 11 images] STARFISH CACTUS (Stapelia grandiflora) is fascinating, not only because it is unusual as a land flower, but it emits the smell of carrion. This is not a carnivorous plant, but the stinky succulent has a powerful influence over insects drawn to the smell of carrion. The insects are transfixed by... Continue Reading →
A surprising visit from an African Harrier-Hawk
I often have unusual birds visit my garden, however, I was surprised to see this African Harrier-hawk hover for few seconds and then come to rest on the frond of a tall palm. They enjoy the fruit of the palm and scratch in the crevices for eggs and other tasty morsels. They are great climbers,... Continue Reading →
Nature’s Cleaners: Vulture and Hyena
Vultures and hyenas do nature a great service.
‘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.