This appears to be the wheelhouse of an old fishing trawler at Mariner's Wharf, Hout Bay, South Africa - I think it's meant as a joke.
A sign at the Namibian Immigration Control at the Noordoewer border post with South Africa - I guess it's supposed to warn long-distance Truckers about the danger of AIDS - many women earn a living as prostitutes catering to the drivers in towns along main roads in Namibia - I know of one fatal accident which occurred when the truck driver was engaged in hanky-panky instead of keeping his eyes on the road.
A Namibian scene burned onto Kudu leather by H Vrey - his work is well known in Namibia - I was a bit upset with him once, many years ago - he also makes leather crafts and, when he measured me for a hat he told me I had the biggest head he'd ever seen ... :)
A toy lion (or is it a monkey?) clinging to the side of a car - there was one attached to each side of the vehicle.
An aircraft leaves a vapor trail over the desert at sunrise - not a common sight and, whenever I see one, I wonder about the people aboard and their lives ...
I'm hoping for a good rainy season when up North and looking forward to seeing Stoffel again and how much Spirit has grown - he'll still be too young for the snip though.
These last two months, having a broadband internet connection, I've been engaged in the Wikileaks saga - I've been lapping up every piece of information I could get hold of and, in a way, I'm a bit sad that I won't be able to follow the drama closely anymore - I believe that these events are of great historic importance.
Still, I take comfort from this interesting BBC Article about information overload and our need to take an 'information fast' occasionally.
I wish you health and good cheer:
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