Hermanus, South Africa. this very windy bay, is the favourit place for whales to come. Every year from September till November the Souther Right Whales visit the bay and offers the best shore-based whale watching in the world. The size is amazing: When a calf is born, it is between 5 and 6 meters long. by adulthood (approximately 10 years) the males are on average 15.2 m and the females 16.5 m. You can watch them from the cliffs or from a boat. Hermanus is a lovely liitle village with friendly people and an amazing nature!
i really like this illustration from Benjamin Dammers, it´s called brainmirror.
the details are awesome. what do you see in the mirror?
i was really impressed by those trees. thousands of those blossoms, you can see the bright colour from a distance and i was lucky again, to catch the bee in the flower.
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the beach of the lagoon. the water comes in the lagoon with the last power of the sea. the weather was not the best, when i shot this photo, but i think you can imagine how nice this place is?!
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one of the most beatiful lagoon i´ve ever seen. you have to clim the cliffs to get there. the beach is amazing and in the river the fishs just jump out of the water into your hand. you can have a braai (barbecue) or put him back into the water.
South Africa photo series by J.B. Heldt @artbibel
have you seen something like that before? i think this blossom is strange and beautiful at the time. it looks a bit like a fruit, which is ready to be eaten. wanna try? natures valley, Garden Route, South Africa.
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Hout Bay, Cape Peninsula. would love to be there at the moment. a nice harbour, good tasting fish and a cold beer, what do you need more?
South Africa photo series by J.B. Heldt@artbibel
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