By Andrew Field - Follow on Twitter Our fleeting exchanges with nature allow us to reflect on how we handle the real world, but sometimes we are jolted into a sense of reality when nature turns on itself. A short while ago I was privileged to spend yet another period in Mana Pools and be … Continue reading The Passing of a Matriarch
He moved forward slowly, the sweat dripping from his forehead, the sun baking down between sparse mopani canopies. The warmth of his dusty environment challenges him every step through the thick brush, the dryness overwhelms, but he must progress, ever on the lookout for any guiding sign. The wisp of a warm breeze brings the … Continue reading African Lessons of Vanquish and Triumph
I am getting to that age when your friends around you start falling off the perch. The frequency of funeral attendances of old soldiers, family and friends is a disturbing reality, and no doubt I might pop my clogs too, one of these days. In some respects, I guess this is a little taboo, but … Continue reading Err, Hello Dear Contact, Are you Dead?