ROUGH SEAS-ON


 

It is that season of the year when Cape Town sends its gales up to us.  Generally, as this time, the Cape has squeezed the water out of them first, but the winds certainly blow.  Minutes before, this sea was a millpond, and I had been romping on the beach with the Pooch Pack and granddaughter R (just turned 2).   Our return was perfectly timed! 

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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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24 Responses to ROUGH SEAS-ON

  1. cassie says:

    the sea looks divine… i loved it when i lived in Natal. I loved to watch the rough seas and it bought a sense of humility each time i saw those powerful waves.

    You are truly blessed to be able to see that every day. I too would be prancing around with my 2 year old…

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  2. gipsika says:

    And there they all are! Thanks for gathering them here, Col :-))!

    All involved: It’s me kalinka. But the name was taken.

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  3. Welcome to your new home.

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  4. Het jou katvis. Glad to see you on the “other side.”

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  5. supagran says:

    I have started a blog here, but still finding out how to drive it.

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  6. Lyndatjie says:

    OY! I resemble that remark! Harumph!

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  7. halfp1nt says:

    The sea must have been equally rough on Friday?

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  8. granny1947 says:

    I did mean to say SEND.
    There does not seem to be a way to edit comments?

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  9. granny1947 says:

    Good Morning Col….nice pic…there is NO wind here today…will sent that up your way!!!

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  10. colonialist says:

    And if you get close enough to it, a force ditto!

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  11. theonlycin says:

    Gales aside, the rough sea has a brutal beauty that can’t be denied.

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