Friday, 29 January 2016

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS & FRIDAY'S HUNT

Just one photograph today for WF and in fact it is the last shot of these posts that I have shared with you from my 2014 trip to Malawi.  The chocolate cake is being reflected in the silver as Judith and I were taken tea at Huntingdon House.


For the Friday's Hunt prompts this week, we have the letter E, Favourtie and Sky.

While I was in Malawi this year, my family and I had a holiday in Zambia and rented the fabulous home of Jake and Gill'ys right next door to a Safari Park.  On waking the first moring we were ECSTATIC  to see two ELEPHANTS in view from our terrace.



You can take you pick of your FAVOURITE from the three shots this week.

This scene below was taken in Zambia when we were on a night drive in the Safari Park and stopped to have refreshments while we watched the SKY changing colour as the sun set over the river.


I hope you have enjoyed all the posts from Malawi 2014 (well at least some). It has been quite a mammoth task over many months to make all these posts.  Thanks to all you stuck with all the posts.  Sorry when I was away this year that I could not put them on Google + or FaceBook.

After I left my family in Malawi, I flew to Johannesburg, South Africa where I stayed with a old nursing friend and her husband and so from tomorrow, I will be showing you those posts.

Today I fly to Costa Rica so I hope you will continue to pop in and see my scheduled posts while I am away however I will not be able to comment on your posts unfortunately.

I am linking this post with WEEKEND REFLECTIONS and FRIDAY'S HUNT.

Many thanks for your visit and also to all those people who leave comments.

23 comments:

  1. What a glorious post. I don't know which photo I like best. Have fun while in Costa Rica.

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  2. The chocolate cake looks moist and delicious, just how I like it. Have a safe trip to Costa Rica, I will link you in with Through my Lens.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  3. My but the chocolate cake looks so rich & delicious!
    To see elephants so close was such a marvel!
    Have a safe & wonderful trip to Costa Rica!

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  4. Well, you certainly get around to see lots of places worldwide!

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  5. Quite enjoyed your Malawi posts! Just started following regularly a few weeks ago.

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  6. I love every image in this post. The yummy tea, elephants, the group photo of you, Jon and your grands (I love Jon's PJ's and your beautiful gown) and the glorious sky over the river. Which river, I wondered. I have enjoyed every one of your posts on Malawi - I think you know why, Margaret! Do enjoy your trip to Costa Rica. I wish I was with you. Jo

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  7. Hello Margaret, you are doing some great traveling. The elephants are just an awesome sight to see with your family. Great times, photos and memories. Happy Friday, have a great weekend!

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  8. Margaret, wonderful pictures.
    Elephants are beautiful.
    Have fun in Costa Rica.
    Greetings.

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  9. Love the shot of the elephants!

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  10. All the pictures are excellent. I love chocolate cake and the picture looks stunning.Seeing a live elephant would be awesome and that sunset is gorgeous.

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  11. The elephant photo wins, for me. Have you ever read "The Elephant Whisperer"?

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  12. I have not seen near all your posts but I have sure enjoyed what I have seen...as long as I can stay settled in blogging, I will keep coming back. Looking forward to the ones from your stay with your friend.

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  13. wow! and lovely sunset reflection

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  14. Beautiful, and the chocolate cake looks yummy!

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  15. That would be quite exciting to have the elephants right outside your door! Thanks so much for sharing with Friday's Hunt. Hope you enjoy your visit to Costa Rica.

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  16. What a gorgeous sunset! I had an Elephant for this week too but mine isn't real! LOL!!

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  17. Oh, to see elephants off in the distance and not in a zoo! Enjoy Costa Rica, I'm interested in seeing your photos from there.

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  18. Wonderful shots of the elephants!

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  19. Seeing elephants would be electrfyingly exciting

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  20. Such a privilege to see those elephants out in the wild. Wonderful creatures

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