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Cape of Storms

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An unexpected storm pulled through last night accompanied by spectacular lightning and thunder.

Bit too hectic to venture outside to get a nice slow exposure of the lightning like the last storm as this pic below and my three year old boy woke up scared as kids do so kept him company as warmer than being outside in the cold gale.

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Waking up the next morning we were treated to the sight of a very wild Indian Ocean.

I headed down to Kalk Bay harbour for lunch and snapped a few shots of the waves braking over the harbour wall. The Harbour House restaurant is perfectly positioned to view the waves breaking over the harbour as well as protect you from the spray although you have to choose your position very carefully as to not get smashed by a rogue wave. I found three great spots and all of them allowed me to get some good angles without getting too wet. Others were not so lucky. 😉

So next time a storm pulls through and you’re in the Cape Peninsula area take a drive to Kalk Bay harbour as there’s bound to be some action.

Look forward to hearing from you.

Ralph 081 411 5496

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  1. Carey Townsend
    September 6, 2010 at 2:52 pm

    Hi Ralph,

    I handle the PR for Harbour House and Daniel has mentioned your fantastic photography! I would love to add these to Twitter – do you have a Twitter share option? If not I could just copy the link.

    Let me know what you would prefer.

    Warm regards,
    Carey

  1. June 24, 2011 at 7:38 am

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