Edge: Cape Peninsula

Cape _Point_Lighthouse Cliffs_over_Cape_Point

Cormorants_Cape_Point

This rugged place where the Atlantic Ocean comes crashing into the cliffs near Cape Point, defines the most south-westerly point of the African continent.  A boardwalk above the cliffs leads to the view of this dynamic scene.   It has a strange draw, like being tempted to the very edge of a precipice.   I love to watch the cormorants here.  They’re quite at home settling on the ledges below and come nesting season they build there nests in this extreme location.

WPC: Edge  “This week, share your own interpretation of “edge.” Take a photo from an actual edge, like a balcony, a window, or a seaside bluff (wherever you are, stay safe!). Focus on a sharp angle or object, or show us the outer margins of a building, a face, or a book….. ”   Take a look here for more examples of this week’s challenge.

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