Friday, November 19, 2010

Another view of Table Mountain!

Last night on my way home at about 7.30 pm, a northerly "cold front" was starting to build up clouds in front of Table Mountain. Cape Town gets its notorious wind from the south-east, and its welcome rain mostly from the north or north-west. The Table Mountain upper cable-car station is just visible as a dot on the tip of the western edge of the mountain (extreme right in this photo.)
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9 comments:

  1. Now that is the kind of view of Table Mountain visitors don't like to see.

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  2. Quite an intimidating sky! But it's a beautiful drama!

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  3. I love the clouds hanging around the Tafelberg. Very dramatic.

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  4. Beautiful Caroline. This is a Table Mountain I've not yet seen. That cold front was felt by us in the Free State last night. Have a great weekend. (((Jo)))

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  5. Great photo, captures the storm moving in.

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  6. abs stunning! miss the TM and CA!!!
    Groete, Luis

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