The Three Rondawels in the Blyde River Canyon, Mpumalanga, South Africa

(c) Cynically Jaded

It gets its name because of the striking resemblance to a common type of hut used as a dwelling throughout rural South Africa. I took this photo in the mid-90’s with my trusty old 35mm camera, and had it scanned in much later. Hence the washed out look. Still one of the most beautiful parts of this country.

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