A Bunch of Baobab Fruit
A farmer harvests baobab fruit in southern Africa. The pulp of the fruit is used in drink products and contains nutrients such as Vitamin C, iron and calcium. Photo Copyright of PhytoTrade Africa This photo won first place in our first Feed the Future photo contest!
Four tourists swim at the edge of the Victoria Falls in Devil's Pool - Zambia
© All rights reserved, don't use without permission Devil's pool, Victoria Falls, Zambia - Zimbabwe My main website : www.pascalboegli.com Facebook : Pascal Boegli Photo Twitter : @pascalboegli Instagram : @pascalboegli
Photos: Zimbabwe Wildlife, Landscapes, Safari Lodges and Resorts
Håkan Ludwigson captures Zimbabwe's natural wonders in this gallery of photos and exclusive outtakes from "A New Day for Zimbabwe?" by Joshua Hammer. Locations include Victoria Falls, Harare, Mana Pools National Park, Hwange National Park, and Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve.
African Basketry. Grassroots Art from Southern Africa, by Anthony B. Cunningham and Elizabeth Terry vorgestellt im Namibiana Buchdepot
Africa | "The Buhera Basket Club in Zimbabwe offers local women local basket marketing opportunities" Photo credit Jane Stillwell | Caption and image taken from the publication 'African Basketry Grassroots Art from Southern Africa' Anthony B Cunningham & M Elizabeth Terry
Seed Pods | Nomadic Decorator
Colors and forms of nature are great inspiration for interior decor. Here my gardens are barely emerging and I’m leaping ahead to end-of-season seeds. Check these out … Via Utopia Images Online: Via Lophophora blog: Via Emily Rose Photography: Via TopTropicals: Via Lovely Morning blog: Seed Pods via Dragan Flickr: Via Kim Thittichai: Via SAL … Continue reading "Seed Pods"
Cecil Rhodes British administrator, financier and philanthropist. In his will he left £6,000,000 to public service and endowed 170 Oxford scholarships. A charter member of Bulawayo Lodge No. 2566, Rhodesia in 1895, he gave the site on which the lodge built a temple. Although he continued his association with Freemasonry, his first impressions of the Craft were not favourable. Initiated: Apollo University Lodge, Raised: April 17, 1877, Oxford Lodge No. 357, Member: AQC Correspondence Circle,