Brenton-On-Lake hike photos

Brenton-on-Lake hike

I love this part of Knysna so much that i had to debate with myself whether to share it with the world:) It stretches from Brenton-on-Lake to Featherbed Nature Reserve on the Western Head. It’s mostly secluded so best to go with someone or as a group. If you do encounter anyone, it’s likely to be a fisherman and his family (who sometimes sleep on the beach overnight). The effect of the Knysna Estuary (misnamed by many as the Knysna Lagoon) tide has produced small beaches with their own identity. … Read the full article…

Birds of Knysna by Jan Fourie

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It’s hard to believe that JAN FOURIE is an amateur photographer who took to the hobby only 4 years ago. His bird photos are astounding! Jan’s a retired executive from Sasol who loves the outdoors and his Canon 1 D mark 1V (uses 70-200mm f2.8 , 300mm f2.8 and 500mm f4 lenses). His photos of Knysna birds include: Amethyst Sunbird, Black Winged Stilt, Blacksmith Plover, Cape Shoveller, Cape Sugar Bird, Double Collard Sunbird, Half Collar Kingfisher, Knysna Loerie, Lesser Collard Sunbird, Orange-Breasted Sunbird, Pied Avocet, Red-Billed Teal and the Yellow-Billed … Read the full article…