This is Cape Town, through my eyes.
The lines of the city.
My little brother.
A woman smoking at the edge of Table Mountain.
A little baboon family playing on the side of the road. Our tour guide was saying how Baboons are a real nuisance and have been known to jump into cars, and steal baby bottles from little babies (now that is just mean!)
Two people in love at the waterfront. It’s easy to take photographs of strangers when you on vacation in a beautiful place, because everyone assumes you are pointing the camera at the beautiful landscape, and not them.
A cozy city, curled up amongst the mountains, and surrounded by lakes and tropical farms.
We made a day trip to the infamous Robben Island. Home to prisoners and outcasts. They lived and died here.
Robben Island was also where Nelson Mandela spent 15 of his 27 years in prison. This was his room. We were given a tour of the compounds by an ex-political prisoner.
A photograph of the young Nelson Mandela.
A classic view of the iconic Table Mountain from Robben Island.
Penguin watching at Boulder Beach.
A completely unforgettable experience.
I hope you enjoyed my photographs, and there will be more to come.