The month of love is drawing to a close…

We encountered these two love-struck plains zebras this past weekend while walking in our local Moreletakloof Nature Reserve. What a contrast to the fighting, kicking and biting zebras from Ithala Game Reserve we showed you a couple of weeks ago!

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This is our final entry for the 5 Day Black-and-White Challenge, and it gives us great pleasure to invite our dear friends, Joey and Marks Culver, to join in the challenge. They are experts at black-and-white photography, and showcase their talents on their blog, mjculverphotography, which you really should visit if you’re at all interested to see exactly how black-and-white should be done! Marks & Joey, it’s no problem if you decide not to join in, as long as you know how much we enjoy your blog and appreciate your friendship!

There are only two rules for this challenge:

1. On 5 consecutive days, create a post using either a past or recent photo in B&W.

2. Each day invite another blog friend to join in the fun.

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42 thoughts on “The month of love is drawing to a close…

    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Skies Ineke, kan jy my dalk n beskrywing gee van die header wat jou oog gevang het? Ons het n hele paar headers wat “sirkuleer”, daar behoort n ander een te laai elke keer wat jy hier kuier.

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      1. scrapydotwo

        Dit was saam met die sebras van half n rivier wat tussen bosveld wereld loop. Die foto is van n hoogte af geneem en kan Nylsvlei wees naby Naboomspruit?

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        1. de Wets Wild Post author

          Defnitief nie Nylsvlei nie Ineke, ons was nog nie daar nie (maar beplan om hierdie jaar nog daar te gaan rondkyk). Die rivierfotos wat ons vir headers gebruik is:

          * van die Olifantsrivier in die KNP: https://dewetswild.files.wordpress.com/2014/06/2014header15.jpg
          * die Letabarivier in die KNP: https://dewetswild.files.wordpress.com/2014/06/2014header141.jpg
          * die Biyamitirivier in die KNP: https://dewetswild.files.wordpress.com/2014/06/2014header111.jpg
          * Die Swart Umfolozirivier in Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park: https://dewetswild.files.wordpress.com/2014/06/copy-2014header7.jpg

          Daar’s nog 2 ander met water, altwee van Chelmsford af: https://dewetswild.files.wordpress.com/2014/06/copy-2014header5.jpg en https://dewetswild.files.wordpress.com/2014/06/copy-2014header6.jpg

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              1. scrapydotwo

                Die ding is hul het mos die hengste Golf landgoed daar gebou. Dis pragtig van bo van berg af. Kyk wyd uit op Springbokvlakte. Net jammer die Nylrivier loop liewers onder die grond. Nylsvlei self is n bekende voel paradys(Weet nie nou meer na die droogtes nie)

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