A particularly beautiful subject for a photographer is the paddle wheel of the old watermill, which still does its work the traditional way, leading water from the Orange River to the vineyards.
Top: Paddle wheel for irrigation in Keimoes. Bottom: Grapes spread in the sun to become raisins.
Like most of the places on the Orange River, Keimoes subsists on the growing of grapes. However, here they don't press them into wine, but spread them out on fields to let them dry in the burning sun, to become raisins.