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Baobab

Baobab

Little baobab tree.

Little baobab tree.

Baobab Tree...This bizarre statuesque looking tree is truly one of nature’s most unique creations.

Plants That Look Extraterrestrial

Baobab Tree...This bizarre statuesque looking tree is truly one of nature’s most unique creations.

Someday I will see a Baobab tree!

Someday I will see a Baobab tree!

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Baobab and Rhino  by Toshi Yoshida, 1979

Baobab and Rhino by Toshi Yoshida, 1979

Madagascar: Fresh citrus accents open to reveal a classic floral accord at the heart of this exotic vanilla scent.  Dramatic woody notes are carefully blended with hints of musk and sensual amber for a sensual effect.  A robust Madagascar vanilla bean (the world's most expensive) characterizes the scent and creates a warm and lingering sweetness.

Madagascar: Fresh citrus accents open to reveal a classic floral accord at the heart of this exotic vanilla scent. Dramatic woody notes are carefully blended with hints of musk and sensual amber for a sensual effect. A robust Madagascar vanilla bean (the world's most expensive) characterizes the scent and creates a warm and lingering sweetness.

In deze nieuwe fotoserie van Beth Moon (eerder legde ze de oudste bomen van de wereld in prachtige zwart wit portretten vast) zet Moon de oude bomen af tegen de sterrennachten van Botswana, Namibië...

In deze nieuwe fotoserie van Beth Moon (eerder legde ze de oudste bomen van de wereld in prachtige zwart wit portretten vast) zet Moon de oude bomen af tegen de sterrennachten van Botswana, Namibië...

Keith Joubert - Born in South Africa in 1948, he studied art at the Johannesburg School of Art then worked as a book illustrator and sign writer, before he began to paint full time whilst living in remote bush camps in Africa.  Currently based in the Selati Game Reserve in Limpopo Province, South Africa – his studio is an open thatched construction overlooking a waterhole. He travels regularly to Botswana, Mozambique, and the great game areas of East Africa.

Keith Joubert - Born in South Africa in 1948, he studied art at the Johannesburg School of Art then worked as a book illustrator and sign writer, before he began to paint full time whilst living in remote bush camps in Africa. Currently based in the Selati Game Reserve in Limpopo Province, South Africa – his studio is an open thatched construction overlooking a waterhole. He travels regularly to Botswana, Mozambique, and the great game areas of East Africa.

Ancient Baobab Tree Botswana - Linda Bell  AFCA

Ancient Baobab Tree Botswana - Linda Bell AFCA

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