I saw this girl grazing on the pavement in Clearmont. According to her caption, she is part of an organisation called World for all.
There is also a quote from Nelson Mandela which says
colour, race and gender become only a God-given gift to each one of us and not an…attribute that accords a special status to any
According to their website,
we should highlight South Africa’s contribution to a world beset by challenges. South Africa stands out as an example of doing what is counter-intuitive: forging unity out of apartheid, negotiating a settlement after years of violence, and reconciling those who have been perpetrators and victims of brutality.”
Anything that helps our world to move forward to a better place gets my vote.
A seagull caught just as he was landing in shallow water in Zandvlei, Cape Town. It it such a wonderfully calm day today (especially after the howling wind yesterday). I was just walking around the vlei, enjoying the sun on my back, and taking a few shots of the birds.
Here are two more:
Seagull in flight; notice the reflection in the water.
And finally, another Seagull in flight. In the background is Park Island with Marina da Gama in the far background.
Emily is now about 8 months old, and weights in at over 32kg. She still manages to have that really cute puppy-dog expression on her face “it is such hard work being so cute”.
Here are two of her siblings:
Eccles is Lois’ guide dog. She is a cross between a Labrador and a Golden Retriever. She has always had the gray on the muzzle, but it is starting to get a little more profound.
Cassius is the old boy of the house. Even though he is not a boxer, he is named after Cassius Clay (the boxer). He is starting to feel the cold in his bones, but he is such a lovely dog.
And since today’s pic is of Emily, we will finish off with another pic of her.
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