Cape Town

-Hiked this- Cape Town, South Africa.Cape Town is beautiful.This is Table Mountain, the view is exquisite. Robben Island was very emotional.I loved South Africa!

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Nature's Artwork colourful sea urchin shells with beautiful texture and surface pattern inspiration

Boulders Beach, South Africa

Boulders Beach, Cape Town, South Africa (penguin colony) Just so many penguins and quite smelly (fishy)

Greyton, Western Cape - South Africa. A wonderful hiking trail starts just behind the town and goes up the Riviersonderend mountain range towards McGregor.

A wonderful hiking trail starts just behind the town and goes up the Riviersonderend mountain range towards McGregor. Here I would be able to retire peacefully!

Green Point Lighthouse. Cape Town South Africa. First lit in April 1824.

The Green Point Lighthouse, Cape Town was the first solid lighthouse structure on the South African coast, first lit on 12 April 1824

Karoo farm with windmill and Aloes

Proudly South African - Karoo Aloe - a beautiful deep red when in bloom

Sprinbokkies are a traditional drink made of layered peppermint liqueur and creamy Amarula.

Layered peppermint liqueur with creamy Amarula. South Africans call it "Sprinbokkies", but you can call it "delicious".

The Valley of Desolation just ouside Graaff- Rienet Eastern Cape South Africa Sunset in January. The Plains of Camdaboo in the distance showing the vast flat lands of the Karoo.  Carl Smorenburg

The Valley of Desolation just ouside Graaff- Rienet Eastern Cape South Africa Sunset in January. The Plains of Camdaboo in the distance showing the vast flat lands of the Karoo

Namaqualand—South Africa’s Daisy Sensation—Namaqualand is dry for most of the year, an arid almost desert landscape which extends along South Africa’s western coast for 600 miles. Yet when the rains are good, something like a miracle happens.  Water, the driving force of all nature, soaks in to the parched earth.  An uncountable host of flowers materialize as if from nowhere, creating an extraordinary eruption of color, transforming the countryside and dazzling the eye.

Namaqualand desert daisies' extend along South Africa’s western coast for nearly 1 000 kilometres, for only a short time every year.

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