South Africa - Cape Town
Early our first morning our guide took us to Table View Beach. This is an iconic view of Table Mountain but we had hoped for a little more dramatic light.
Although still subtle, the view to the north at Table View Beach did have some color.
Shot from Table View Beach, these buildings are a suberb of Cape Town.
After breakfast at Table View, we stopped by a local wild life park where this kingfisher posed for us.
My traveling companions and fellow photographers from the China trip in 2012, Jan and Michael. Here we are taking a short break during a hike to the top of Lion's Head.
This is a shot of Table Mountain taken from inside a small cave near the top of Lion's Head.
Camps Bay on the south side of Lion's Head as sunset nears.
Our guide, James, watching the light change over Camps Bay as the sun sets.
A night time panorama of Cape Town with Table Mountain lit up by flood lights. Our timing was fortunate as the city only illuminates Table Mountain for special occasions due to the cost.
A sunrise panorama of Cape Town shot from Signal Hill. Thunderstorms moving across the area were very unusual according to our guide.
A popular photographic destination in Cape Town, the Bo-Kaap district, noted for it's interesting architectural styles and colors.
South Africa - Cape Peninsula
Changing huts on Sunrise Beach at Muizenberg on the cape.
Penguins at the Bolder Penguin Colony on our way down the cape.
A stormy beach scene at the Cape of Good Hope.
A stormy beach scene at the Cape of Good Hope. Light house is on the far point.