June 8, 2012June 8, 2012 Cape Point – Walk on the wild side Waves sculpt the rocks into pitted form. We have the beach to ourselves except for a gull doing wing stretches and leg extensions. The first of the winter storms approaches the Cape. The unfettered waves come rolling in to crash up against the rocky shore. The lighthouse stands sentinel on the lower cliff face. Heady on sea-wrack scented air, the climb back up appears heavenward. As winter approaches so do the Atlantic storms which rage about the coast with Herculean force. The waves surge up with an unfettered fetch over miles of ocean and crash like thunder against the cliffs. The raw power can set the heart pounding in a reverence of wild awe. Share this:FacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
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What a great place to shoot and be inspired!
Thanks Southern Belle – it truly is!
yes I recognise the location – Dias Beach – a truly awesome place! It is very exciting to head south from there when the tide is low enough…
Hi Sawasawa, how’s this for synchronicity …. it was because of Chris F that we went walking there! Had hoped to get to the cave, and had allowed enough time for low tide, but the seas were just so dynamically huge! My seafaring heart quivered with fright, but the landlubber’s lifted with elation. Just otter tracks, one seagull and an awesome wildness.