Sunday, 16 November 2008
The tip of Africa - (NaBloPoMo #16)
At the very tip of Africa, the Western Cape lies bordered by two oceans - the warm, balmy Indian Ocean to the east and the ferocious and frigid Atlantic to the west. The constant reassuring presence of the immense peaks which form the backdrop to a land so lovely that the emerald lakes and indigenous forests of the Wilderness area, the sun-drenched vineyards of the Cape Winelands, the magnificent passes to reach the interior and the sweeping, golden acres of the Boland, seem part of fantasy landscape that often defies description.
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OH! I adore that painting so much, Tessa!!!
Thank you for your kind comments on my latest blog attempt. And for your wisdom!
I have long confessed to those closest to me that I would be a happy hermit. Despite my out-going personality and my love of performing, the REAL Jeanne is a quiet bookworm who is completely happy in her own little corner of the world.
Your inner mouse and my inner hermit! It's a good thing we have that Valentine Aquarian joie de vivre (did I spell that right?) working in our favor!
Thank you for your special friendship, and I so hope someday our paths cross in the "real world."
Just gorgeous!!! Your work is just brilliant! I have tagged you on my blog as one of the 7 illustrators who inspire me!
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