New Life in the village

Blue Crane with chicks

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

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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

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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.