An alert Kudu beside a tree.
A snapshot of the entrance road and Reception area.
Johan has used tons of scrap metal objects and natural things like rocks, dead trees and plants to create an attractive open-air art exhibition.
A fearsome Crocodile grasps an antelope in it's jaws.
Birds of Paradise?
A Scorpion scuttles defensively around it's pedestal.
I wonder what this gaggle of Ostriches are discussing?
Camera 'round the neck and binoculars in hand, visitors on a hike - the smaller figure doesn't look too happy ...
The Fig Tree Shower I mentioned.
The tree is probably a few hundred years old and the centre, where the shower is, is hollow.
The smoke is coming from the "Donkey" - a wood-fired water heater.
When I first went to check-out the shower near Dusk, my peripheral vision told my mind that the mirror inside the tree was a Window ...
... I was startled when I looked at it and saw someone staring at me ... :)
Sadly, I didn't get any good pics of inside the tree and the shower but, this should give you an idea of what it looked like.
There's nothing quite like the sensation of standing in the open under a hot shower with a coolish breeze blowing over your body.
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