So many pictures. So much beauty. Let’s travel the trails of the fabulous South Africa, a country not without it’s scars. Here people cling to hertitage and homelands with a devoted passion. Why? Because it’s absolutely worth it! there are so many stories behind the camera lens.
A for “Agulhas Lighthouse”
The oldest working lighthouse in South Africa has played her part in guiding ships around the Cape known for its storms for over 150 years.
Here she stands facing a ship graveyard, the southern most tip of the continent of Africa, where mammoth storms rage in the winter. The place where the currents of Indian and Atlantic oceans meet.
The town of L’Agulhas lies nearby, 170 kms from Cape Town. The Cape of Agulhas, with it’s rocky beach and gentle coastline is not as spectacular as the Cape of Good Hope. However, there is work to be done!
This lighthouse stands proudly at the bottom of Africa, doing her job, endevouring to warn ships, as the world sails by her, day upon every passing day.
My entry for Jenny’s Alphabe Thursday. – A
For pictures attached thanks to ‘maanmuis’