How else can one describe Bogenfels – the vaulted rock – near Luderitz?
Or the huge, lonely dunes of Sossusvlei?
Or the mansion Stewart Gore-Brown built in the 30’s – Northern Zambia – with local materials. The ‘modern contents’ (stoves, baths etc) were carried up by labourers from the coast. (Kapishya)
Or the mysterious mistiness of Victoria Falls?
Or the surprising luxury of sundowners on the Serengeti plains?
Or the tenacity of a shrub that refuses to die, budding once more once the rains come?
Or the lonely giraffe stalking away quietly into the gloom?
Africa can be described by many words – but one comes close: Grand…