The first of November is a public holiday in Germany. Usually a day where the weather can be lousy and taking photos of the landscape isn’t even worth trying. This time it was different; I woke up early and saw a clear sky. When I arrived at the Petersberg, the landscape was covered in early morning mist and the trees and the sky appeared in the most divers colors.
After teaching another homeopathic seminar with the topic „Concept of Evolution“
in Cape Town, I took the time and opportunity for taking photos along the Western Cape.
The light during August (it’s winter time in South Africa) is so special and I am deeply touched by the beauty of the southern end of the African continent.
A travelblog with more images taken in South Africa you can find here: http://travelblog.4photodesign.com
Image above: View to Lion’s Head in the far distance and Small Lion’s Head.
Image above: Robben Island
Image above: Camps Bay with a typical cloud blanket covering the Twelve Apostles.
Image above: early dawn at the Mountain hut on top of Table Mountain.