This morning I wanted take photo’s of the snow covered tops of the mountains around us. But due to the sunlight, mist and clouds it did not work out. So instead I took photo’s of the everything else that caught my eye….
Visit to Koopmanskloof
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6 thoughts on “Visit to Koopmanskloof”
Oh my gosh, simply stunning pics!! Those flowers awe amazing!!
Thank you. Love capturing nature….
All great but the red bishop is fantastic !
Thank you. I struggled getting great shots of him. I really need to invest in a 500mm lens.
Thank you 🙂
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