Weekend Greetings from the Green Pastures …

…. Somewhere in Nowhere in The Overberg

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Beauties of the Overberg. Pictured for Yvonne de Wit Jewellery in Napier. Worthwhile to visit her (by appointment only as you can find out at http://yvonnedewit.wordpress.com) Herman van Bon (me) can also be approached for wedding and event photography. via Some model pictures featuring my jewellery — Yvonne de Wit – Jewellery Design & Art

Koi Weekend Greetings from The Square (Bredasdorp)

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Dutch Reformed Church, Stanford

The first Dutch Reformed church in Stanford was constructed in the shape of a cross where the present church hall is. The present imposing sandstone church was completed in 1926 at a cost of 12,000 Pounds. (Info via Stanford Tourism)Dutch Reformed Church, Stanford, South Africa,

I wonder …

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… why most tourists stay at the other side of Arniston (Western Cape, South Africa) and don’t visit the bordering fishermen’s village Waenhuiskrans.

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What’s in a name

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From Wikipedia: ”

Long before Western settlement, this east-facing glen was home to prosperous herders, the Khoi-Khoi, who pastured their livestock in rich pastures along the banks of the “Couga River”. The river flows south towards the marsh Botrivier estuary, and was for centuries the home of contented tribes who savoured the privilege of fresh waters in the water-scarce Cape.

“Rich in fat”, was the river’s name – a tribute to the area’s reputation for “lots of butter”, which the early settlers came in search of to barter for. It was this creamy “botter” (Afrikaans) which gave the “Bot River” its ultimate name.

Later, the hamlet was to become an 18th-century outpost for the Dutch East India Company at Compagnes Drift farm in Botrivier, now home to Beaumont Wines, where the owners have cherished and protected its early heritage. At the same time that a company of soldiers was stationed…

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Weekend Greetings from Mûnus (Anno 1933)

Any idea where to find this church?

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