Cape Town - Cape Town, Western Cape

District Six (Afrikaans Distrik Ses) is the name of a former inner-city residential area in Cape Town, South Africa. It is best known for the forced removal of over of its inhabitants during the by the apartheid regime

Love the city

Modern Cape Town cityscape, as always sheltered by Table Mountain - restored building in foreground

Fog in Cape Town - Photo: Mike Hutchings

Cape Town, South Africa: Seasonal fog is illuminated by the lights of Cape Town harbour as the city prepares for the start of the southern hemisphere winter-Photograph: Mike Hutchings/Reuters

Bree Street

Bree and Church

Tygerberg view

Cape Town taken from Tygerberg nature reserve.

My hood

Cape Town Stadium was build for the 2010 World Cup. The seat Green Point Stadium was demolished in 2007 so this seat stadium could be built.

Table Mountain from a distance

beautiful landscape photo with Table Mountain on the horizon - the Cape, South Africa

Vintage Foreshore

Cape Town Foreshore The foreshore is a large area of reclaimed land from Table Bay, and today includes the Cape Town Railway Station and Civic Centre. Even the Cape Town International Convention Centre was once part of the bay.

Portside_3rdCrane_Rises by #Citywalker, via Flickr

Portside_3rdCrane_Rises by #Citywalker, via Flickr