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Pictures of Table Mountain Sunset

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Kenty
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Pictures of Table Mountain Sunset

Unread postby Kenty » Fri Mar 13, 2009 3:39 pm

I just found some pictures I took of the sunset around table mountain.

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I think its one of the most photogenic places in the world, I can sit and watch it for hours,(or at least till it gets dark)

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and one from december 2007

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Also it gave me an excuss to practise uploading some pictures. :D
When we was there in Febuary this year we noticed more patrols than before, and there seemed to be less reports in the papers than before. Maybe things are changing?
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Re: Pictures of Table Mountain Sunset

Unread postby onewithnature » Sat Mar 14, 2009 4:03 am

Great! There are indeed few places in the world to rival the view of Table Mountain, especially from Bloubergstrand and Tableview. There is something about that mountain that cannot be explained - it has a drawing power second to none. Last time, I took a picture in high winds with the beach sand arranged in the most beautiful patterns, while the mountain was partially silhouetted and streaks of orange-red emanated from just behind it, curving in a gentle sickle shape towards the horizon, where it stopped a degree above a ship.
Ahhh, Table Mountain .....

Thanks for the pictures, Kenty! :thumbs_up: Lovely indeed.
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