Yesterday’s flower looked like it was once prickly, this one was a pure affirmation.
I found it growing near the “Welcome to the Free State” sign by the Vaal Dam, luckily no one asked for my passport and the day when on merely.
Randomly chosen by my mom Claire Parent from my Blue collection.
The little town of Deneysville on the Vaal Dam has a motorbike museum hidden in a popular bed and breakfast, though I think it’s the bar…
It’s hard to believe but it’s true and there is a lot of them too.
Randomly chosen by the unmistakable and always smiling Gail Scott Wilson from my Blue collection (Unedited and Unpublished).
As I said before, walking around in an abandoned resort is eery but it has it’s rewards, this appeared to be the common dinning room, as it was part of the kitchen building. Seeing the roof in such a good state was very surprising.
Had you told me that I would one day walk on a perfect set for an episode of the Walking Dead I would have laughed at you.
It was an eery and unsettling experience, all we needed was a few undead and there it would have been.
As urban (in this case not so urban) exploration goes this has topped my list.
After a month of absence plagued with PC issues, health issues, project issues and other I am back.
Today sees the beginning of my 365 photos for the 2015 Collection, warning this is not a 365 day challenge though the intention is to publish one photo a day, I already know this might not be possible.
Today’s photo is of the Vaal dam, taken from the Deneysville Marina. I was looking for a summer loo, the structure cough my attention as it is unusual.
If anyone can tell me what it is, please do.
I was driving to Cape Town when I saw the scene in my mirror. I stopped on the side of the highway, which woke up my wife, and leisurely took a few photos. It was somewhere in the middle of nowhere on a dark day (Also known as the Free State) just pas Bloemfontein.