Twelve years ago I traveled to South Africa with a group of Clemson Engineering students to install and set up water purification systems near Kruger National Park. We originally landed in Pretoria and met up with some students from Witwatersrand University. From there we drove up to the research center for Wits in Kruger National Park.
Along the way, we stopped at the scenic outlook for Blyde River Canyon to see the views and take a couple of pictures. This was long before I had seriously gotten into photography, so I was armed with a point and shoot 35mm film camera. I recently scanned in the image, and we quite pleasantly surprised at how the picture came out. If you’re ever in South Africa and come near Blyde River, I highly recommend stopping for a look.