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Kelsey Clark

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Kelsey has many fond memories of family camping trips across South Africa when she was growing up and for her, this sparked a growing love for the wilderness and opportunities to seek new adventures. Although she studied BComm Financial Management and spent five ...

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on The Wonders of Wildflowers

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Beautiful, these flowers. A great blog, Kelsey. Interesting, those different tactics of the flowers to attract insects.

Thank you Christa 🙂 Always more than meets the eye!

Kelsey such beauty in the wild. They blend so naturally in the bush. Impala Lilly is my favorite, but there are many that have vibrant colours lurking in the insects.

I agree Valmai, endless beauty and diversity to take in and learn from!

This is a wonderful follow up to Ross’s article highlighting the Impala lily. I’ve yet to see the winter and spring flowers in South Africa myself, but realize they are so different from the wildflowers I see here in Northern California. This is one of the benefits of travel in other countries -enjoying the differences in nature as well as the people and cultures. Thanks for including the beautiful images Kelsey as they bring your descriptive words alive.

Thank you Denise, I’m glad you enjoyed the images and I hope you will see more Wildflowers on your next trip 🙂

Thank you , Kelsey. I hadn’t heard the theory about aging flowers before but it makes perfect sense why this strategy evolved. Nature is so fascinating.

My pleasure Chelsea, there is always something new and fascinating to learn about 🙂

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Super article, the One Pip Policemen photo is lovely

Thank you Ian 🙂

Spectacular! I wish all flower species were granted a protection, due to their unique basic role in keeping life going on. Around us for many miles terrible fires devastated the woods last year, and unique native flower species that are endemic to restricted areas went lost or risked to. So much indispensable beauty should be preserved and protected from poachers and international wild flora traffic

Kelsey, beautiful pictures of the flora. Thank you for taking the time to observe more than just the animals of Londolozi.

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