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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

The colours of dawn

An early start to winter finds mist in the mountains. During the tour, this picture was taken in Mountain Zebra Park. 
 The four below were taken in Pilansberg on a cloudy day which is always the best time to take pics.

3 comments:

Gaelyn said...

We did see a lot of sunrises.

Jonker Fourie said...

Early starts are always the best. I just struggle to get up that early

Zimbabwe said...

I love sunsets, but a sun rise can be breathtaking. I used to love watching both across Lake Kariba they were stunning. Have a good day Diane