Sunday, November 20, 2011

Cape of Good Hope

The Cape of Good Hope isn't the southernmost point of Africa; that's a couple hundred kilometers east of here, but it gets all the good press.

And it certainly is striking:

Many generations of seabirds nest here:

The Cape point itself:
You can see the lighthouse, that tiny white structure, at the bottom right, the building to the left was the former keeper's lodging - the light's now automated:

Baboons are a read hazard; there are many road signs warning you to keep your windows rolled up and not to feed them, as they can be quite dangerous.

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