morning in Yenzi

After nights of heavy rain there is a welcome morning lull.  The sleepy camp comes alive in the soft light, the sounds of dripping leaves, the dance of moths, squawks and whistles from the gray parrots, sunbirds buzzing in the hibiscus, lizards on the screen.

Lisa and Elle enjoy a quiet morning in Yenzi

The litter of mangoes cleared from the ground by last night’s elephants. ¬†Fresh-ripened mangoes drop with a splutt to the rain-soaked earth, some booming off the tin roof, others split open in the drive.

Breakfast can be cereal, yogurt, fresh mangoes, toast, tea, coffee.

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One Response to morning in Yenzi

  1. DJB says:

    Beautifully presented!
    Yin Yang worlds we are living in:)

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