Photographer's Note

This is breakfast, African style! *G*

This photo was taken during a camping trip in September. I posted a photograph of
the sunset previously. This is the breakfast we had the following morning.

The sausages are called "boerewors" (farmer's sausages). They are being cooked on the upturned lid of the cast iron pot we use to make "potjiekos" (a stew cooked in a pot) Cooking the sausages in this way reduces the number of cookware you have to carry; you then don't have to carry a pan/skillet as well.

And what are those oranges doing in the fire, you might ask? Well, that is how you do your eggs if you don't have a pan...
Method: Take one orange, cut the top off.
Hollow out the contents and eat that in the mean time.
Break the egg into the orange shell.
Place in open fire and cook until done.

Post processing: cropping, sharpening, slight colour enhancement. More than this, and the grass turns a very jaundiced shade of yellow.

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