Saturday, September 26, 2015

Cape Town through my lens.


I have never been to THIS part of Cape Town before.
When we were in Cape Town, there was an Arts Festival on at this venue


Sleeping rough does not have to be uncomfortable.
I suppose this fellow does not was to spend part of his day inflating
this air mattress...easier to carry it like this


Part of the decoration outside the Cape Town City Hall


Carolyn,my wife, hiding behind a mask from a
production called "Waterline"...


Amazing,a statue that has NOT been defaced.
Perhaps that is because it is on the roof of a three story building.


I derive joy from finding these...


We have one of these(although smaller) at home.
Up to now the cats have been enjoying it.
When we get back home that will change.
There is a wonderful history behind the making of this range
of recycled fabric that would have ended up in a land-fill.
Pop in and ask Rob Walker to tell you the story.
Their motto...
"100% African. Consistently Inconsistent".
www.ashantidesign.com


Cape Town is SO laid back,
even the fish have therapy.


I could get used to waking up to this view...


I discovered this small church on Kloof Street.


This must be on of the smallest Ocean Baskets in SA?


Even in inclement weather,
Cape Town is beautiful


Pretty...


Table Mountain,
as seen from Kloof Street.


I have to admire this tree.
It is one of several that grow at the Sea Point car park.
Although horizontal, it looks healthy and is currently green


There has to be at least ONE image of the Atlantic Ocean
as seen from the Sea Point Promenade

Mac on a Dell.
Hard at work at Cape Town International Airport.
Europcar, the official car rental supplier
to "Travel & Things"

A motto I like to live by.
My bank manager is not always happy about this though...


         

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