Coastal Shades of Grey

Spring epitomises colour and new life but as spring approaches Cape Town and the Southern Hemisphere we reflect on the beauty of a Cape Winter (which probably still has a few surprises in store for us!), even as we enjoy the buds on the flowers and the longer lighter days.

We hope you enjoy this photo essay of our Cape Point Route Coastline and the Cape Peninsula in grey! Regular visitors and followers to the area and our blog will notice colourful and eye-catching images. This post is an exception – there is a lot more raw emotion and contrast in these images and whilst at first they may appear a bit stark or even lonely at times – we hope you can see the magic and beauty in our coastal shades of grey.

Trek Fishermen Fish Hoek Beach

Trek Fishermen Fish Hoek Beach

African Penguins at Boulders Beach

African Penguins at Boulders Beach

Fish Hoek from above

Fish Hoek from above

Flowers on Noordhoek Common

Flowers on Noordhoek Common

Fish Hoek - winter swimming

Fish Hoek - winter swimming

Cape Point - Dias Beach

Cape Point - Dias Beach

Kommetjie Sky

Kommetjie Sky

Cape Point Nature Reserve

Cape Point Nature Reserve

Urban Decay at the Beach

Urban Decay at the Beach

Love on Fish Hoek Beach

Love on Fish Hoek Beach

Chacma Baboon, Simon's Town

Chacma Baboon, Simon's Town

Muizenberg Beach

Muizenberg Beach

 

Thanks to Pure Photography for supplying all these stunning images.
Please feel free to share any of your photographs of our beautiful coastline in shades of grey.

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