Weekly Photo Challenge: Signs

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Mlilwane, Swaziland

Here’s a sign for you! This specific sign you may found from Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary. For me this is a sign everyone driving a motorvehicle anywhere should follow. I hate seeing dead animals (foxes, rabbits etc.) next to a road. They make me sad and little helpless too. Why can’t drivers focus a little bit more and be carefull in what comes to animals?

Weekly Photo Challenge: Endurance

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Mantenga Cultural Village, Swaziland

Endurance is in culture. Culture may change during time but always a part of it will stay the same. These women and men are performing their old traditional dances in traditional outfits. Those parts of their swazi culture have endured for hundreds of years.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Adventure

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Swaziland

Africa itself is an adventure to me so I could say this is an adventure in an adventure. And this adventure I have taken twice! I’m talking about climbing to Sibebe. It’s the second biggest solid rock after Uluru (Ayers Rock). Unfortunatelyit dosen’t look as astonishing as Uluru because it’s coverd with dirt and rocks. But anyway I have taken the hike up there two times because the view is amazing. It takes two and half hours to climb up and two hours back. ThisĀ  photo is taken half way up. Yeah! Still one hour to go!

More adventures!

Weekly Photo Challenge: Dialogue

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Cape Town, South Africa

After a busy market day vendors are closing down their market stalls on a Greenmarket Square. Few hours later the square is empty and silent. Take a nwe look to places you see every day. How do they look at the different times of a day or a year? Stop to listening the story.

Find other dialogues!

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrast

Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrast

Swaziland
Humans have domesticated many animals. Still there is many more animals that haven’t been submitted to humans. It’s much much more common to see some one riding a horse than a zebra. (Yes, riding a zebra happens.) In this picture the contrast is between domesticated animals (a horse) and wild animals (zebras and a warthog).