The African bush has a colour which is often understated, pastel in appearance. Because of this it communicates a peace, a tranquillity, but you can’t be taken in because it’s a tranquillity in the midst of an unpredictable wildness. This shot I took reveals the colours well. While taking the photo a Natal Robin settled on a branch above and posed.
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