Saturday, June 19, 2010

Some more pics from my husband in South Africa

I just got some more pics from my husband, who is still in South Africa.






These are pictures of the Guest House where he is staying in Durban - Beside Still Waters. Look at all those palm trees - looks so exotic to me.






This is the hotel he was at in Port Elizabeth - the Victorian Villa. Wow!


And this is my husband on the job. Anyone recognize what he does?

18 comments:

lunedreams said...

Beautiful!!! Just stunning--you'd never want to leave that garden! Makes me want to be there. I love Durban, really lovely place. Thanks for bringing back good memories!

Silke said...

Oh, how very cool! I hope he's having the most wonderful time!! What is he filming?! Hope you are having fun as well... Love, Silke

Lenna Young Andrews said...

Renate, does he film for the news? Or something else? The photos are beautiful!

lilylovekin said...

He must be a camera man for soccer- I know the Worlds Cup is being played in South Africa right now and it looks like he is in a stadium. What a neat job.

Studio Sylvia said...

Wonderful venue for accommodation. Thanks for sharing, Renate. How is your husband coping with that unrelenting droning from the horns that are so popular at the soccer? Listening to soccer commentary, the droning is incessant.

cat said...

What great pics! Do you get to travel with him?

mairedodd said...

thank you for sharing your behind the scenes coverage of the people that bring us the world cup... my daughter actually follows germany - you know how she wants to study abroad there... she is now looking for a jersey to wear! tomorrow the market -

The Joy of Nesting said...

Hermanita,

Oh I bet you are really wishing you were there enjoying the sun (no rain) and lovely early winter temps!! Did you put your order in for some South African stones, to go with your Italian beach stone??? How cool would that be to have a couple of stones from the cradle of the world!!??

How funny, like you palm trees were so very exotic when we first came here. Now when we go inland or to the northlands they are the first thing we miss!!!! :)

Pattie ;)
Mazatlan Mx.

Judy said...

The pictures are wonderful...what a splendid place to stay. Thanks for sharing them.

Hopemore Studio said...

Wow! I have to say it is so beautiful.

We have been watching quite a bit of soccer here and enjoying every minute of it. Today I saw a ball hit off a camera..I guess there is some level of danger in all professions..lol.

Angie

Riki Schumacher said...

Wow, what amazing photos. I wouldn't have been able to identify it as South Africa. Very nice facilities. He looks like a cinematographer to me?? Are they making a movie over there? Riki

steufel said...

Wow, Dein Mann muss eine grandiose Zeit haben - neben viel, viel Arbeit. Jetzt müssen unsere Jungs nur noch Mittwoch gewinnen. Go, Jogi!

sharon said...

These pictures are so beautiful Renate! It all looks very exciting!!

Wanda said...

Can't wait to tell my "Soccer" son I blog with the wife of a World Cup Soccer Cameraman!

Cindy said...

Thanks for sharing the latest pictures, Renate. Looks like your husband is having a fantastic time...just look at his smile! :-)

Such a Wondrous Place this Faery Space said...

Fun fronds!!! This is so cool! Thanks for the post! I love the outdoor tent! Wow. Blessings dear friend.

romantic decay said...

WOW!!!

Diane said...

Wonderful pics...so he is covering the soccer play??? The horns make me crazy! Is he wearing ear plugs...guess not!