Llandudno

17/1/2014

There are many stunning beaches in Cape Town and there are fantastic to watch the sunset on a beautiful clear evening in Cape Town.

So I decided to head out to Llandudno beach for a picnic supper on the boulders to watch the sun set. The sand was smooth, water seemed rough and the tide was coming in with the spray bashing on the rocks. It was actually beautiful, even though it was a bit windy.

So when the sun sets above the sea, which sets in colours of yellow, orange and pink, behind a few clouds. This magnificent beach is home to the rich, but also to the sun bathers, surfers, walkers and body borders. Children are running around playing sports and building sand castles and playing at the water’s edge.

So as the sun sets and people pack up their processions, ready to go back home or to their accommodation. Now the beach is appositely still, except for the crashing of waves against the shore as the tide comes in.

This is the end of the day of the many magnificent beaches and it’s goers in this stunning city called Cape Town.

 

Sea spray

Sea spray Llundudno

Slow Sun Set

Slow Sun Set

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Sea Spray

Sea Spray

Beginning of the sun set

Beginning of the sun set

Sun set

Sun set

Going down

Going down

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