River-Crossing II

 On a balmy late summer evening on Chintsa Beach, time was spent watching folk cross the river. My very first post was on the same topic and I must have read it about 30 times before posting. I am a less nervous blogger now but still very much in love the activity of watching people wade across our river mouth.

 At the moment unless it is spring high, the river is tame: Just enough water to cause a brief commotion but not enough to generate any fear.

 This may not seem like the most exciting of pastimes, but it is just lovely to watch.

 When this couple arrived we were curious to see if she would be offered a ride.

But it went the other way.

It’s the pure joy and laughter generated as people climb on and off each other that does it for me every time.

Late March 2012 – Chintsa Beach, South Africa 


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