This was the best of a good bunch sent to me by my brother this morning:
I suspect that if there weren’t dogs to walk, he may have missed this frosty sunrise by opting for duvet instead.
Taken earlier this week in Claremont.
Winter sunrise in Cape Town. Gorgeous.
I’m out in the sticks again this long weekend, ahead of a hectic week in the lab, so some relaxation is not a bad idea. Braai done, beer done and brandy in hand, I’m uploading this and then I’m going to hit the sack.
And why not?
I’m told by a usually reliable source that some readers feel cheated when they surf the internet and arrive upon the sandy shores of 6000 miles… only to find that a quota photo.
Well… sorry for you.
Hectic day in the lab, babysitting this evening, football match tonight.
So here’s a sunrise that looks uncannily like a nuclear explosion, although we wouldn’t have one of those in SA, because, as JZ pointed out yesterday, everyone should be giving up nukes like South Africa did.
Bigger on black here. (The photo, not Jacob.)
I pulled back the bedroom curtain this morning to reveal a beautiful peachy cloud-topped Table Mountain, glorious blue skies and a moon handily placed so as to balance the left hand side of the vista.
It seemed rude not to share.
Must get those trees trimmed…
… my shortest ever post?
Were you up before sunrise?
It was magic on the way out to Stellenbosch this morning. Photos are on Flickr.