Good Morning, Cape Town! - on a clear day you can see Table Mountain forever.
For the first time ever I stayed in the City Centre and got a street-eye view of the buildings, which, though impressive to my desert mind, are likely tiny by world standards.
Cleaning Windows - not for the faint-hearted, I'm sure.
An advertisement for Caterpillar mining equipment - I probably should know what make of car this is but I don't ... anyone?
One of the older buildings on Long Street, built in the late 1800's.
A tuft of Grass grows proudly defiant in a crack in the Concrete Jungle.
One of a series of murals on the outer walls of Mama Africa's - a store on Long Street - I didn't go in so can't tell you what they sell.
Friends stroll up a hill at Camps Bay - another old, familiar-looking car in the background.
Looking down a steep, covered sidewalk in the City.
This kid was thrilled when a member of a passing Drummer troupe noticed her admiration and exchanged a few words and a smile with her.
Continued Overleaf ...