Spring splen­dour in Litt­le Ka­roo

Oudtshoorn Courant - - NEWS - MYRON RABINOWITZ

Spring is in the air and the Litt­le Ka­roo is a­wash with pink and w­hi­te bloss­oms. Sep­tem­ber is the ti­me of y­e­ar that the de­ci­du­ous fruit trees li­ke a­pri­cot, pe­ach and plum are in full bloom, a won­der­ful sig­ht to be­hold. Spring bloss­oms tra­di­ti­o­nal­ly mark the start of the se­a­son for the fruit and wi­ne in­dus­tries.

An­ne­ri Mou­ton of Red Fox De­sign, who re­cent­ly did a pho­toshoot with Miss Ju­ni­or Teen SA, Mo­ni­que Be­st, said, “The bloss­oms we­re good, but I think they will be at their very be­st t­his wee­kend: a bla­ze of co­lour and a pho­to­grap­her’s d­re­am.”

It mig­ht be a good i­dea to ta­ke your ca­me­ra and len­ses to cap­tu­re the splen­dour. Pink and w­hi­te bloss­oms, warm Litt­le Ka­roo hos­pi­ta­li­ty and a De Krans and Bop­laas fes­ti­val wee­kend. Both De Krans and Bop­laas pre­sent va­ri­ous acti­vi­ties du­ring their spring fes­ti­vals t­his wee­kend of 2 and 3 Sep- tem­ber.

P­ho­to: An­ne­ri Mou­ton of Red Fox De­sign,

Miss Ju­ni­or Teen SA, Mo­ni­que Be­st in a Litt­le Ka­roo or­chard.

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