A winter’s day on the beach


It has been a hectic start to winter in Cape Town, with even more rain this morning, and temperatures quite low.  I had been in Cape Town doing business for more than a week, and returned home to Langebaan last night, to two very excited dogs who were in desperate need of a good romp on the beach.  So, even though this morning broke dark and gloomy, I donned some warm clothes, beanie et al, and made my way to the beach with them.  And as always, my little camera was a trusted companion too – and just as well, cause I shot some amazing photos of very nosy seagulls, and the rough, dark waters of the lagoon.

Such a beautiful place this West Coast with its charming beaches and friendly people.   Even the dogs always meet up with doggie friends on the beach.  And then, when I got home, I noticed that some flowers are already out – the flower season from August is sure to be a winner again this year, as the rain is plentiful and on time.   Enjoy the pictures with me!!

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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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