RIVERINE RABBIT THINKING PATH
LOXTON, THE KAROO, SOUTH AFRICA, GOOGLE MAP
The Site_Specific Collective have completed their second permanent Karoo Geoglyphs project in Loxton – the Riverine Rabbit Thinking Path. Designed & conceptualised by sister and brother team Anni Snyman and PC Janse van Rensburg. Supported by the Loxton community, the Outreach Foundation (Boitumelo Projects), the Endangered Wildlife Trust (Drylands Conservation Programme), Umvoto hydrogeologists, the Grrr Kollective, and Fluid Films. This project was co-ordinated by Loxton resident and Site_Specific Collective member Ingrid Schöfmann. All-in-all 38 people came and went to help complete the project over a span of ten days. The Riverine Rabbit Thinking Path geoglyph is 104.5 metres (tail to toe) x 90 metres (ear to foot), resulting in a walking path of ±1097 metres which amounts to a brisk 25 minute walk.
Also keep an eye on https://www.facebook.com/karoo.geoglyphs
Video by Fluid Films