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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Thursday, April 1, 2010

SWF – Sunrise in South Africa

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Sunrise over False Bay from Moonglow B&B, Glencairn, ZA 6:19am

My last day in South Africa I felt like a bloody tourist, not my preferred mode of travel. Yet with only six hours before heading to Cape Town International airport I tried to get in as much as possible and got an early start. Very soon I’ll be posting more about this most awesome of journeys.

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6:57am

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23 comments:

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

What a beautiful shot Gaelyn. It was WONDERFUL to have you here and get to know you!! I am so glad you like everything and look forward to you coming to visit again as there is still so much you should see.

I will be keeping an eye out for all your post as you have some stunning pictures.

Martha Z said...

No April Fool's joke, we're glad to have you home. A bitter-sweet occasion for you, I'm sure, glad to be home in the arms of the one you love but thinking of all the things you didn't have time to see.

Welcome home, we look forward to more of your great shots!

Small City Scenes said...

To see South Africa through your eyes we are seeing beauty. Thank you for the view. MB

Krista said...

Simply beautiful photographs!

I found you via Joan and am I ever glad I did! I am really enjoying your blog. :o)

A human kind of human said...

Glad to hear you are safely home. Just wondering: Did you ever need the Go Girl? (lol)

Craver Vii said...

I must have a twisted mind. That first photograph looks like three stars have fallen from the sky on to the path in front of you.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Where's it at? There, great shot. I love the almost purplish water.

Tammie Lee said...

I look forward to hearing about your trip. Wonderful serene sunrise.

Manang Kim said...

What a huge difference of colors it is very beautiful!! Love it!

SWF~Full Moon

Quiet Paths said...

Sounds like it has been awesome. Beautiful sunrise. Thanks for getting up to share it with us.

The Write Girl said...

What a beautiful sunrise...it must be an amazing experience to travel. Thanks for sharing.

Sylvia K said...

Gorgeous sunrise and I do so look forward to learning more about your fabulous trip!Your photos are terrific as always! Have a safe trip home, Gaelyn!

Sylvia

Rambling Woods said...

What a wonderful adventure you had. I had to tell you that I was at a mini-mart and there is the same teen who always waits on me. He wants to be a park ranger for a job...isn't that great?...safe trip home...Michelle

LadyFi said...

What wonderful skies. Sigh - Cape Town is so beautiful.

Bibi said...

You are a tourist! But that's not always bad...next time you go back, you can count yourself as a non-tourist.

Anyway, I especially like the bottom shot, from a place close to the bottom of the world.

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful sunrise, Gaelyn! What a wonderful time you must have had! I always try to see as much as I can when visiting a new place.

Mar-Bear said...

stunning shots!

Pat said...

What a gorgeous, crisp photo of the sunset! I'm glad you acted like a tourist in the photo-taking department! Your photos are always wonderful.

Diane AZ said...

Your sunrise in South Africa pictures are so serene. Looking forward to seeing more from your awesome trip.

Lew said...

Fantastic sunrise! And quite a different landscape than your Grand Canyon posts. I am looking forward to seeing more of South Africa.

Kathiesbirds said...

Beautiful, beautiful Gaelyn! I especially like the colors and composition of the second photo.

blog with no name said...

I love the yellow in the sunset! It says to me, "See, I'll be back!"

Firefly said...

I haven't had the opportunity to take a sunrise pic over False Bay. Beautiful.

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