Depth

The Bourke’s Luck Potholes, at the confluence of the Treur and Blyde Rivers, form the head of the Blyde River Canyon, the third biggest canyon on earth.

Depth” is the theme for this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge

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  3. Spokie sny spoor

    Ek like dit baie as jy fotos wys van ons wêreld hier naby. Pragtige fotos. Alhoewel ons miskien mekaar nie sien nie, kan ons tenminste mekaar se besoekplekke saam geniet.

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  4. perdebytjie

    Pragtig!As student het ons jare gelede daar gekamp.Toe was dit nog woes en daar was net twee “longdrops”.Ons het sommer so onder die sterre geslaap ,waar al die geboue vandag staan.Die plek was heeltemal ongerep.

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      1. perdebytjie

        Toe was daar geen toerbusse of toeriste nie…lekker ou dae,ongerep.Dis dieselfde by Sossusvlei in Namibie.Die eerste keer wat ons daar was,was dit wonderlik stil.Twee kere daarna…mense,mense,mense!

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      The water’s extremely rough through the potholes Capt Jill, and the rocks very, very sharply edged; I certainly wouldn’t encourage anyone to try and navigate the rapids at this point of the river course 😉

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