PATTERNS IN THE KAROO NATIONAL PARK

The first pattern is that of thatch covered with wire netting to protect it from monkeys and birds:

Cracked mud in a dip next to the road:

A brick wall:

Remnants of an old stone wall:

Thorns:

Dry grass blowing in the wind:

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28 thoughts on “PATTERNS IN THE KAROO NATIONAL PARK

  1. nicely observed, anne

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