Thanks to the cool (still only 21 degrees) day and intermittent rain, I can stay inside and catch up on my to do list. The Motswana men in my life are working very hard to try to turn me into a romantic. First, Thoutie in Kasane and Tabuche here in Gabs. Their insistence that I watch the sunsets has meant that I have witnessed some truly magical moments here in Sub-Sahara Africa.
During my last trip to Kasane, Thoutie was not around but I took the time during the Thursday evening while Oscar and I sat writing the Minister’s speech on the second story deck of the Mowana to watch, enjoy and photograph the specular sunset over the Chobe River. And today I finally have time to post the pictures. I hope that you enjoy it too:
And now you understand what magic the sunset over water is here and why I am happy that I can share the experience with you through these photos.
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I love when you post pics Cheryl. Beautiful!