The Langebaan lagoon in the late afternoon. The poles are actually there to separate the public boat launch area from the bathing areas of the beach.
Even though it is on the West Coast, the lagoon stills has very warm water.
The canal leading out of Zandvlei, looking towards Muizenberg beach. Taken standing on the bridge above the sluice gates.
When the wind blows in Lakeside (all the time), it brings the kitesurfers to the beach, and the windsurfers to the vlei (lake). Here is a pic that I captured of a windsurfer on Zandvlei. I was trying to get a sense of the speed he was moving. Hope it worked.
It is not often that Cape Town is so quiet. This was taken on the Kirstenhof green belt, with the Silvermine mountains in the background and reflecting off the Westlake River.
My brother and sister in law have been on holiday in Cape Town for the past couple of weeks, so I have spend a lot of time acting as an impromptu tour guide. So for today’s trip we decided to go for a walk around the reservoir in the Silvermine nature reserve, and for a walk along one of the many hiking trails.