Massive wave break over the wall at Kalk Bay, Cape Town.
Slangkop Point lighthouse near Kommetjie in Cape Town is the tallest cast-iron lighthouse along South African shores.
Light breaks through the clouds near Clarens, South Africa
A man sits on a bench watching the approaching winter storm.
A little girl waves goodbye to a small fishing boat leaving, Kalk Bay harbour, Cape Town.
The lighthouse at Cape St Francis during full moon.
The spectacular interior of the Nizamiye Mosque in Midrand near Johannesburg.
The Table Mountain Cableway surrounded by clouds.
Three rondavels under a cloud swept sky near the town of Carnarvon in the Northern Cape, Souith Africa.
A brightly painted patio of a home in the town of Carnarvon, South Africa
A decorated doorway of one of the homes in the town of Carnarvon, South Africa.
The Bartholomew Dis cross at the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, Cape Point, Cape Town.
As the fog roles in of the Atlantic Ocean, the only thing visible are the tall cranes at the port of Cape Town.
A beautiful wall decoration at the Peponi Hotel, Lamu Island, Kenya.
The gleaming gold domes of the Russian Orthodox Church in Midrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
Blauwberg beach, Cape Town a mecca for kite surfers.
The church steeple in Carnarvon, Northern Cape, South Africa, home of the SKA or square kilometer array.
Fog roles in off the Atlantic Ocean into Cape Town, South Africa.
A kite surfer soars through the air with Table Mountain as a backdrop.
The masts and rigging of the tall ship Picton Castle at the port of Cape Town.
The rigging of the tall ship Picton Castle at the port of Cape Town.
The Cape Point lighthouse, Cape Town, South Africa.
The The candy-stripes of the Green Point lighthouse
A standup paddle boarder enjoys the surf near Misty Cliffs, Cape Town
Surfer head for the water at sunrise at Muizenberg beach, Cape Town, South Africa
An African Darter (Snake Bird) air its wings in the middle of a small lake in the Pilanesburg National Park near Rustenburg, Unlike many other waterbirds the feathers of the African Darter do not contain any oil and are therefore not waterproof. Because of this, the bird is less positively buoyant and its diving capabilities are enhanced. After diving for fish, the feathers can become waterlogged. In order to be able to fly and maintain heat insulation it needs to dry its feathers. We therefore see the African Darter often sitting along the waterside spreading its wings drying its feathers in the wind and the sun.
An elephant gives himself a mud bath at a watering hole in the Etosha National Park, Namibia.
A squirrel enjoys a piece of bread in the morning sun in the Etosh National Park, Namibia.
Dappled light falls on a secluded courtyard at the Peponi Hotel, Lamu Island, Kenya
A man walks his camels along Diani Beach, Mombasa, Kenya.
Boys dive into the water near the Peponi Hotel, Lamu Island, Kenya.
The narrow street of Lamu Island, Kenya.
The view from the sun deck at the Peponi Hotel, Lamu Island, Kenya
A meerkat takes a closer look at a camera.
A swing bed on the patio of one of the suites at the Peponi Hotel; Lamu Island; Kenya.
A view across the town of Lamu Island, Kenya.
A dhow seen through an archway on Lamu Island; Kenya
A never ending road through the Etosha National Park, Namibia.
The vastness of the salt pans of Ethosa National Park, Namibia.
The Cape Recife Lighthouse near Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
Three abandoned rondavel's near Carnavon in the Northern Cape, South Africa.
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