Balmy, beautiful West Coast nightfalls


I guess I do not have to say anything at all – the pictures speak for themselves.  Seeing as it is the West Coast of South Africa, the sun sets over a silver sea every day, instead of over some African Bush.  And Langebaan lagoon, being so sheltered against nature’s whims, offers pure protection to all who indulge in water sports – from boating to kite-surfing, which is pursued by enthusiasts from across the globe here.

Saldanha harbour is a naturally deep harbour, and offers shelter to larger vessels and oil-rigs.  This area has just been declared the new Industrial Development Zone in South Africa, and one can only hope and pray that no oil disaster ever pollutes the azure waters of the lagoon.

The photos were taken from a camp-site at Leentjiesklip, a charming holiday destinations, where campers and small home owners enjoy an idyllic lifestyle.  Enjoy!!!

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About suletta

Fell in love again at age 50! And followed my man to Zanzibar, for him to set up a dairy farm. I managed to travel into Africa a few times in my life, always loving it and experience the "fever" that grips you on African soil - the one that especially the Europeans now and in years gone by, suffer from. Except I am an African by birth - a South African. A Mzungu.So I discovered at this late stage in my life (not that I feel old!) that some people find my babblings about life interesting, and I quote: "live their lives vicariously through me".
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One Response to Balmy, beautiful West Coast nightfalls

  1. mary says:

    love your love story and your amazing pics 🙂 ❤ thanks for sharing

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