Travel challenge day 2

I was nominated by my blogging friends Darlene Foster and Carol Taylor and  to post one favourite travel picture a day for ten days without explanation, then to nominate someone else to participate. That’s 10 days, 10 travel pictures, and 10 nominations. It doesn´t have to be 10 consecutive days. Thanks, Carol and Darlene!

My post yesterday featured the beach at Richards Bay, a city in Kwa-Zulu Natal. It is situated on a 30 square kilometre lagoon of the Mhlatuze River, with the result that it has one of South Africa’s largest harbours. Richards Bay also has the deepest natural harbour on the African continent.

The port of Richards Bay is protected by rubble mound breakwaters, which are covered with dolos. These are the concrete structures you can see in yesterday’s pictures. If you missed this post, you can see the pictures here:

Here is today’s picture, also featuring a South African site:

White rhino
The sun setting

Today I’m nominating Kamal for this challenge. Kamal has a lovely blog, Boundless Blessings, where she shares her own poetry and beautiful messages of wisdom.

If I nominate you and you don’t have time or the enthusiasm to participate, please don’t worry. I don’t mind at all if you pass on the nomination.

60 thoughts on “Travel challenge day 2

  1. I hope you enjoy it. That one was a bit different for me. The one I’m supposed to be writing now is taking forever. It’s partially due to my hospital visits also having to do other things whilst in lockdown. I’ve changed parts of it so many times that I’m seriously thinking about scrubbing it and starting again—not good.

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  2. Thanks for sharing your images. I’m terrible at taking pictures but love to see other people’s pics, especially in these circumstances, when we can’t go anywhere. Thanks, Robbie.

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  3. S.Africa has so much of natural beauty. Your pictures are so tempting Robbie. Makes me want to pack my bags. Its amazing seeing the giraffe and rhino in its natural setting. They all look so happy.

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      1. It’s true. I felt the same when I went to Kodai this year and Sikkim the last year. People living on the hills looked content.
        Also Animal Planet never fails to amaze me. So I can only imagine how this must feel. Thank you for sharing these pictures.

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