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11 Oct

Hangklip floating

I've been chastised for the complete absence of newsletters for the past months and I apologise.

What an amazing year it has been. It is ironic that the reason for me not writing newsletters is because I have too much interesting material. I

have simply been so busy adventuring that I have not had time to do justice to all the photos and wonderful people who have accompanied me to all corners of this beautiful sub-continent.

I glanced through my photos and found it impossible to choose whether to write about the mating lions or the Cape Clawless Otter or the enormous pods of dolphins or the Great White Sharks or the Cheetah or the Leopard or . . .

So just to get my newsletters going again I'll share two photos from a recent walk I did at Cape Point. Sharon Zwi, an old friend brought her family to Cape Town and we walked on the most magnificent day imaginable.

I walk this route often but no two walks are ever the same. Cape Hangklip is one of my favourite mountains and on this particular day it appeared to be floating on False Bay.

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