Camps Bay & Clifton

14 Dec 2007

a photographic recollection of a stroll above Camps Bay & Clifton

Stroll from Camps Bay beach up the Kloof

Cross the Kloof road onto the Signal Hill side and suck in the view

a view of the white white sand of Camps Bay beach, with its ultra-luxury houses in the foregrounds and at your toes are the lower slopes of the Table Mountain range.

To the other side is the "thinnest" view of Table Mountain (or Table MTN as a local cellphone company prefers to call it).

Some construction going on at Camps Bay high.

Next to Camps Bay beach is surely one of the best positioned cricket grounds in the world.

And the beautiful coves don't stop at Camps Bay.

The scenic drive from Camps Bay to Hout Bay.

Pine trees are alien vegetation and some feel they should go.

A slopy way down to the waters of Camps Bay

Clifton Fourth Beach.

Clifton 4th beach is the largest of the 4 Clifton coves.

Clifton 4th is also the most popular

On days when Camps Bay is windy, Clifton is often sheltered from the wind.

The sun is hot and the water is freezing

Middle slopes of Lion's head.

Lives of the rich and famous.

Top of Lion's head.

Seaward side of Clifton

a favourite spot for the rich to park their boats

Clifton 4th beach

Another millionaire building a view

Parking lot above Clifton 1st beach.

Above Nettleton Road, Clifton

Inviting pool.

Crane with a view

all four Clifton beaches

Clifton second beach

Granite boulders form the boundary

Clifton third beach

Clifton 2nd beach

Clifton 3rd is the smallest

Who's richer?

Clifton 4th with some nice houses

Lapping up the sun at Clifton 2nd

Water skirting up to the bathers

Sun, sea and sand

The Cable-Car station at the top of Table Mountain

Clifton beach photos from June 2006


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