Tag Archives: Cape Town
I often drive the M6 coast road into Cape Town on my morning commute. There are so many times that there’s something that catches my eye. Many times, my camera is at home, or life’s pressing matters precludes me from … Continue reading
Signal Hill or Lion’s Rump overlooks the city bowl of Cape Town. It’s elevation is 350m, but it seems a lot higher than that. It’s a pretty busy place and is really the best place from which to see the … Continue reading
Mouille Point lighthouse is the oldest solid lighthouse on the South African coast. First lit on 12 April 1824. Originally it was lit by Argand lamps burning whale oil. Its height was extended in 1865 increasing its range from 6 … Continue reading
The image above was taken along the road I routinely travel to work. One morning I had my camera with me for a project I was going to tackle in the afternoon. Needless to say, seeing the clouds and light … Continue reading
Here’s an image taken at Llandudno beach. I’ve processed it into black and white, and I think it gives the scene an aged and dreamy feel.
Above is an image of a late afternoon/early evening cruise as seen from Green Point against the setting sun.
This is taken from inside the harbour basin, looking back at the tower at the end of the breakwater. It’s in black and white and copped square. … Continue reading
As our boat cruise rounded the corner into Cape Town harbour, the sun was neatly position behind the watchtower at the end of the breakwater. Shown here in black and white.
This is part of the breakwater protecting the inner basin of Cape Town harbour. Again, shown here in black and white