A productive morning

26 03 2019

Life and business are difficult in Zimbabwe at the moment – fuel queues, shortages, excessive prices – so it’s nice to be productive even if it’s purely to satisfy oneself. I got up early this morning to take photos on ART Farm where we run the dogs. I’d seen some potential photos yesterday when the mist was down and there was dew on the fence and the spider webs were glistening jewels of water drops. I was lucky. Not only was the mist there again but the fence had insects on it and because of the cold they were still! Movement is the enemy of macro photography so I was really lucky.


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26 03 2019
tuppit260

Some great photos!
Fuel situation will only be exacerbated by the situation in Beira.

26 03 2019
gonexc

Depends. We apparently have a lot of fuel stockpiled. They are working on the pump control room that was damaged

26 03 2019
Susan Horcajo

What extraordinary photos! Worthy of a gallery showing! I hope you will enter them somewhere and not deprive the world!

26 03 2019
gonexc

Thanks. One or two may be entered at our local photographic society competition but this blog and Facebook aside, no.

26 03 2019
Anne Turner

Beautiful Andy. Thanks for bringing a positive take on our otherwise challenging situation.

6 04 2019
josiedlecka

Beautiful

7 04 2019
gonexc

Thanks. I went back last Saturday but there were no insects to be seen – it is drier now and they won’t be back in any number until the rains start again

7 04 2019
josiedlecka

Your writing and pictures really are superb.

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