Steel Flowers. Loeriesfontein.

As by now I’m sure you’ve noticed, I’m rather taken with Loeriesfontein, its’ Quiver Tree Forest, Mission Church, Fred Turner Museum and most of all, its Steel Flowers. Home to the largest collection of Wind Pumps in the Southern Hemisphere, I did post some pics a year ago but wanted to add to them. It’s wonderful to stand in this remote part of our beautiful country, a warm wind blowing through the yard, with the windmills moved to a rather creaky action. Much value right there. Almost eery this magical Hantom value.

Look at that blue sky.

Find out more about Loeriesfontein and then go and visit.

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