Three blonds out for a walk.
Joy is a little girl dancing at the edge of the lacy waves.
Ships at anchor in Table Bay.
This little baby's toes were dipped into the cold water by her father, the first time that this family had visited Cape Town. Mom wisely opted to sit on the beach with a thick towel to dry off little toes.
The beach attracts small groups of worshippers who arrive in their distinctive white robes to hold solemn, full immersion baptisms below the majesty of the mountain.
One of the most identifiable features of Milnerton is its lagoon, formed where the Diep River enters the sea, with palm trees adorning the lagoon banks. Two bridges link the island of Woodbridge to the town of Milnerton. The wooden bridge after which the island is named is a national heritage site but, but is now closed to foot and vehicular traffic, due the fragility of its construction.
The lagoon is used by canoeists from the Milnerton Canoe Club which is the oldest Canoe Club in the province. Paddlers have travelled down the Diep River to the mouth of the lagoon where it enters the sea from as far upstream as Malmesbury.
The Canoe Club has opted to allow some colourful urban art on its otherwise drab concrete walls, no doubt hoping to avoid offensive "tagging"