South Africa

Travelling from Porterville

For us, the story begins here Why-Elephant's-Eye? 
He volunteered for the Cape Leopard Trust in the Cederberg.

Groot Winterhoek Wilderness Area 

Where-disas-live in August 2009    
FIRE-on-our-mountain in March 2009   
After our mountain fire, flowers in November 2009
Dasklip-pass-to-Groot-Winterhoek and Berghoff-proteas-to-Chelsea in May 2011
Things-fall-apart, the-centre-cannot-holdSunshine-bush-after-fire proteas and
Return-to-Groot-Winterhoek hike in August 2011
Wildflower-Wednesday-in-Groot-Winterhoek June 2012
From the snow-capped Groot Winterhoek June 2013
Sunshine and firelight from Leucadendrons in Groot Winterhoek August 2014

Western Cape

Cape-snow-in-April 2011
Where-proteas-live with a map of Mediterranean climates around the world
Citrusdal Victorian Spa
Org de Rac wine estate Baby-forest-and-earthworms

To the sea to see the flowers Cape-Columbine, down Verlorenvlei spring-flowers, to Rocher-pan in winter, and late November 2013.
Spring flowers Sevilla Rock Art Trail in August 2014.

Postberg and Darling in September 2014.
To the mouth of the Berg River to see migratory birds.

Biodiversity and Wine Initiative at Vondeling near Wellington and the Paardeberg.

(2016 - I'm editing posts which are not Elephant's Eye garden 
in and around Porterville 
and have moved them to my new False Bay blog)  

Words by Diana of Elephant's Eye

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