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Monday, 23 October 2006
Phophonyane falls


I spent a bit of time over the weekend browsing through the flickr photo pool of Swaziland and was struck by chancer’s photos of Phophonyane. I remember spending many happy hours here as a child fishing for tadpoles, both in the pools at the top and at the bottom of the falls. I also recall being responsible for sending some of the tadpoles on the journey from the top pools to the bottom pools.  I was also interested in the Execution Rock, which gave me the heebie-jeebies as a young child. I was told that the ground below the rock is littered with old skeletons and bones.
Credit: the photo is from Chancer!

Posted by bigblue on 23/10/2006 at 07:30 AM
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