Karoo up close

Last week we were staying in Nieu Bethesda and I realised that one of the important things about the Karoo is the shape and texture of the small things we experience.  I’ve already posted pictures of big skies and clouds or rain storms and sunsets in the Karoo.  Yet the Karoo is also in the shape of a twist of fence wire, a pink vygie, the Bushman poison bulb (Boophone distichia), a bee entering a sneeze wood post or an inverted padlock.

So here’s a selection of just those things – and a few more.

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