2 years ago
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Kapok clouds that kiss the mountain tops. Looking over the Cape Peninsula this morning from the top Top of Table Mountain - back to Cape Point. Kapok is a Malay word that describes the fine cotton-wool that surrounds the seeds of certain species of cotton and wild rosemary, which is used to stuff cushions and mattresses. Today is the first real day of rain we have had this autumn. I sense the fynbos starting to wake up from its summer sleep. For more Ks see ABC Wednesday.