Travels with my Art

Paintings and Photographs inspired by Travels Around the World

Africa gives you the knowledge that man is a small creature, among other creatures, in a large landscape.

View of the Ngorogoro Crater at dawn.

View of the Ngorogoro Crater at dawn.

I will be honest, I am at a complete loss for words at the beauty and majesty of the animals, landscape, skies and nature which I have seen over the last few days on my recent trip to the Ngorogoro Crater, the Serengeti and the Great Rift Valley in Tanzania. Everything I write seems to sound so cliched and naff that I have now given up trying.
So I shall simply include my photographs and leave the words to Nobel Prize winner Doris Lessing, taken from her second volume of Collected Africa Stories ‘The Sun Between Their Feet’:
“Africa gives you the knowledge that man is a small creature, among other creatures, in a large landscape.”

Move over Julian, Dick, Ann, George and Timmy the Dog, this Famous Five went on Safari and met the big five – the African lion, African elephant, cape buffalo, African leopard and the black rhinoceros.

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  1. Natasha April 4, 2015 — Post Author

    So wonderful to know that you, Mark and the children are experiencing and learning from Mother Nature which is so evident where you live! So enjoyable and enriching.
    Love Tash xxx

    • alidunnell April 4, 2015 — Post Author

      It is truly amazing living here Tash… and gives me a little insight into your childhood experience in Zambia. Hope you are well me dear friend. Ali xxx

  2. lenalimhamn December 11, 2016 — Post Author

    Dear memories. ..were there more than 40 years ago, together with three kids.. same animals. ..same nature today. Kids now 45-50.

  3. thatkenyanwanderer September 14, 2017 — Post Author

    Absolutely loving all your photos! Going on safaris is my most favourite thing ever!

  4. worldheritagebd September 15, 2017 — Post Author

    All the photos you have shared are stunning. Very informative one.

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