Ostrich Weekend Greetings from the Overberg

Art of Perception — Herman van Bon Photography

Soon in Arniston: Creative workshop The Art Of Perception with facilitators Yvonne de Wit Carin Maehr and Herman van Bon. More info: contact Renate via https://www.facebook.com/renate.advocaat (photo by Herman van Bon: ‘The shepherd of Stanford’ as globally exhibited by UNESCO a few years ago)

Art of Perception — Herman van Bon Photography

New Wind Turbines

Between Swellendam and Bredasdorp


Some new figurines — Yvonne de Wit – Jewellery Design & Art

Sterling silver combined with natural bonded earth. On display at Studio on 98 in Napier, Western Cape, South Africa.

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Canola; time of the year


Haiku Photography — Studio on 98

Haiku photography in Studio on 98 in Napier, Western Cape, South Africa . HAIKU DANCE Slow song sweetly sungshe sways gently. wishing forhis tender embrace

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The Book Collector’s meeting point

Greta’s Bookshop in Napier is open again: Today from 10 to 3 and from next week every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 to 3. The bookshop is the meeting point of many collectors.

All handmade — Yvonne de Wit – Jewellery Design & Art

From melting the Sterling Silver pellets and flattering/shaping the bars to the making of my designer jewellery is all manual work. Except for the use of a drill, a soldering iron and a polish machine my jewellery is created under my hands. No laser cuttings or production punching just working with hand tools. Most of […]

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Lockdown Tour in Napier

Napier is one of those small towns in South Africa one has to explore to find the hidden secrets. Except for some excellent eateries; stunning vistas in and around the village plus a few of the best wineries of South Africa (Yes: it’s true!!!) there are amongst others a craftsman who makes miniature working steam engines; a toy museum, a chess board maker; a military museum; potteries; a toy museum (the 92 yrs old owner still makes them) and a gallery. Some of these are only open ‘by appointment’ but if you ring the bell you can be sure of great hospitality. Oh … and there is amongst others also the largest sundial of South Africa and a ‘Voortrekkers Monument’ (ox wagon)….

A photo impression.

The story behind the ox wagon — Herman van Bon Photography

Driving through our village many tourists photograph the ox wagon but do they know the story behind …???… In 1988 Afrikaners were commemorating the ‘Great Trek’ of a few centuries ago when farmers of the ‘Cape’ (Cape Town and surrounds) took their household in ox wagons and went over the St Lowry’s Pass to a […]

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