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Tankwa Karoo National Park is an amazing place. Our chalet overlooked not much really, just lots and lots of nothingness filled with low scrubby bushes. The image above was shot with a telephoto into the light. Being an environment with … Continue reading
We visited Tankwa to celebrate our 19th wedding anniversary. Below is an image that Cris and I captured while looking at a magnificent vista while contemplating what was and what was to be.
Tankwa is (broadly) situated in the Karoo, but more specifically, the Koue Bokkeveld (eng: Cold Goat Fields). Driving through the Karoo leaves on with the sense of the nothingness that’s there. Endless miles of dry dusty terrain. The longest road … Continue reading
Often, we look at a black and white image and remark how much better it looks than if it were in colour. There’s a reason for that – colour is distracting. Black and white tends to show more of the … Continue reading
Tankwa is a fantastic place, and the accommodation we booked was one of 5 chalets called ‘Elandsberg’. Each is eco-friendly and made from mud. The walls are thick to keep the heat out in summer, and the heat in during … Continue reading