Out of Africa: Leading Lines

by Michael Anderson August. 16, 2016 1708 views

    Did you know that Napoleon Bonaparte used a South African winery as one of his suppliers? I didn't. It was a treat to visit this beautiful estate. I laid down in the road just around a 90 degree blind corner to get the road shots below. I was lucky to not get run over as there was a surprising amount of traffic!

Vineyard with mountains overrun by clouds

Wine Tasting Inside

I could not get enough of those clouds!

One of many vineyards on the estate

The clouds are winning the battle to cover the mountain

Vineyards backed by a mountain

Ant's eye view of the vineyards and mountain

Invitation to explore

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Louise Hayes 3 years, 5 months ago

Just amazing!

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Michael Anderson Replied to Louise Hayes 3 years, 5 months ago

Wow, thanks so much! So glad you stopped by.

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Jay Boggess 3 years, 5 months ago

Wonderful series! I'm leaving on my cross-country road trip soon, from Washington State to Texas. These shots are really getting me excited. Glad you weren't squashed! (((GRIN)))

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Michael Anderson Replied to Jay Boggess 3 years, 5 months ago

thanks so much. Washington to TX will be fantastic! Are you focusing on Nat'l parks or something else? Can't wait to see your pics.

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Jay Boggess Replied to Michael Anderson 3 years, 5 months ago

My pleasure!
When I go road trippin', I just play it by ear, depending on my mood, the weather, etc.... I love the feeling of freedom when I have no specific agenda...

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Ram Ya 3 years, 5 months ago

Beautiful post, plus I learned something new!
Photo #1 where you captured the vineyard by the cloudy mountain added to my favorite. Thank you.

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Michael Anderson Replied to Ram Ya 3 years, 5 months ago

My pleasure and thank you! I am glad you liked it.

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