Looking out from Cape Point

It has been a while since I had pure azure engulf my sights. Cape Point made me reminiscent of Western Australia, only there seemed to be more depth in both colour and landscape, but I guess that is how it is when you are comparing something from a fading memory to what is right before you.

 

What I knew about Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope was what was taught in the textbooks, and it overwhelms me when I think that what I am seeing is a geography lesson brought to life.

 

My travel companions and I had to take a drive through Table Mountain National Park to get to Cape Point, and on the way back we saw a small herd of gorgeous wild zebras, but I had run out of film (yes, there are photos on film on their way) and my other camera was in my bag. Obviously, I was not prepared and I chide myself till this day. I’m telling myself that there is always next time.

 

By the way, I particularly love that capture of the tiny sail boat in the midst of the wide expanse of the ocean. I think it will make a great canvas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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5 comments
  • s.

    March 7th, 2012 13:28

    SO AWESOME! Every.single.shot. and the colours. Don't feel too bad abt the Zebras. Next time :) xoxo. s.

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  • Pankcho

    March 7th, 2012 17:47

    Oooohhh... those blues!!! Thanks, now I want to go madly to South Africa. Beautiful pics! Post more!

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    • meladegypsie

      March 9th, 2012 16:17

      hahaa... hey, it's something to aim towards!

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  • Ai Sakura

    March 9th, 2012 11:50

    love how there's a lil sign for Singapore too! :) these photos are really postcard-worthy... so beautifully taken. Ai @ Sakura Haruka

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    • meladegypsie

      March 9th, 2012 16:17

      yes, I was surprised they had one for Singapore. Thank you! =) Maybe I'll do a print pack.

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