At the end of the Cape Peninsula, about 80 km from Cape Town, is Cape Point. Also known as the Cape of Good Hope or Cape of Storms it lies within the Good Hope portion of the Table Mountain National Park, a World Heritage Site.
This wind-battered, tip of land that ventures out into treacherous seas has some of the highest sea cliffs and freshest air in the world.
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npecanhuk (61842) 2011-03-12 5:33
Attractive picture in spite of not having the best photo quality!
TFS - congrats,
batalay (34885) 2011-03-12 8:47
What a spectacular view, with the wisp of a cloud hovering above the highest peak. The succinct, but informative note, distinguishes between Cape Town and Cape of Good Hope, which I thought were synonymous.
In my last post, "View of the Cam," I explained the significance of the scientific legacy of Cambridge. I know you are not a scientist, but the place also produced poets, Milton and Lord Byron.
kordinator (14831) 2011-03-13 3:06
Wonderful landscape in my favotit panoramic format,perfect captured.
Nice foggy effect.
Nice composition,lovely place.
Amazing managment of light,superb bluo tones of colors.
Fantastic framed image.