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Two Camponotus fulvopilosus ants having a tête-à-tête on the flowers of Portulacaria afra in our garden at Jansenville in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.

Balbytermiere op die spekboom se blomme in ons tuin op Jansenville.

Camera: CanonEOS 500D Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro Lens

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camponotus fulvopilosus, ants, balbyter miere, jansenville, eastern cape, south africa, rina greeff

My husband and I live in Jansenville in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. We both love nature, and therefore most of my subjects are the incredible wealth of fauna and flora in Southern Africa. I also write poetry in Afrikaans (one of the eleven official languages in South Africa) and often combine these poems with the photos I’ve taken. Thank you for stopping by!

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