De Beers Forevermark Marks World Photography Day With Diamond Natural Reserves’ Pictures

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De Beers Forevermark Marks World Photography Day With Diamond Natural Reserves' Pictures

World Photography Day is observed worldwide on 19th of August every year with a lot of passion and enthusiasm not only by photographers but all the people across the world regardless of their professions and interests.

The idea of capturing something spectacular and making it a keepsake or a memory through amazing pictures is all one looks for to either to reminiscence in the years to come or have pride in the story that the photograph has to say.

To mark World Photography Day, De Beers Forevermark lets you in on some exclusive photographs from their diamond natural reserves and diamond routes that say a story about the brands Building Forever initiative and reminding us of all what the beautiful nature has to offer. 

Giraffes in Venetia Limpopo Nature Reserve, part of the De Beers Group Diamond Route, South Africa

Sunset shot on Venetia Limpopo Nature Reserve, part of the De Beers Group Diamond Route, South Africa

In 1980 the early 1990s, De Beers Group purchased a number of farms to establish the reserve, which now covers around 32,000 hectares and forms part of World Heritage Site Mapungubwe National Park. There is a diverse range of species, including elephant, lion, hippo and giraffe alongside 23 threatened or protected species.

Park ranger walking through long grass at Venetia Limpopo Nature Reserve, part of the De Beers Group Diamond Route

The Venetia Limpopo Nature Reserve is set in the Limpopo Valley and is home to incredible landscapes, from the lush riverine forests of the Limpopo River to rocky ridges and cliffs with ubiquitous dense stands of mopane trees.

Historical rough diamond at the Big Hole Museum, part of the Diamond Route, Kimberley, South Africa

Digging took place at the Kimberley Mine site between 1871 and 1914, yielding nearly 3,000 kg of diamonds

Zebra in Jwana Game Park, part of the Diamond Route, Botswana

Jwana Nature Park is situated around Jwaneng Mine and is home to a variety of large mammals including giraffe, zebra, impala, eland, wildebeest, springbok and cheetah.

Collection of assorted colour rough diamonds, NDTC, Namibia

Herd of impala in Jwana Game Park, part of the Diamond Route, Botswana

Jwana Nature Park is situated around Jwaneng Mine and is home to a variety of large mammals including giraffe, zebra, impala, eland, wildebeest, springbok and cheetah.

(Picture Credits: De Beers Forevermark)

 

 

 

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