Bird Exposing Herself on Sandy Bay Rocks, Cape Town

Farewell Llandudno


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Sadly, as with all migratory birds, it is time to say farewell to my beautiful base in the Southern Hemisphere and fly north for the European summer. It has been an interesting week since my last blog entry: at the beginning of the week I caught a couple of Whales schmoozing around the rocks in front of my balcony (photo below) and we had a beautiful full moon on the 8th March 2012.

I managed to get out of bed in the middle of the night to catch the full moon just as it was setting above the rocks. Although this place is called Sunset Rocks I find some of the most magical moments are when the moon sets. This is made all the better by the incredibly clear sky and the multitude of twinkling stars. I am in the fortunate position of being able to see the moon setting over the sea from my bed (although clearly that approach doesn’t get many photos taken). I have captured some of the moon-set shots in the gallery. 

This is my last day here so as the sun rose I took a final walk over to Llandudno beach to take a longing look at the view from Llandudno rocks as the sun rose over the mountain. I have also added a few more photos of Llandudno to the gallery to remind me what I am missing when I am in the Northern Hemisphere. I need to pack now – there is a big cycle race here on Sunday and they close the Cape Town-Llandudno road to cars – therefore I need to depart on Saturday (today!). On Monday I need to be back at mission control with the RiskBusters in the UK as we embark on our latest corporate risk fighting adventure.


  More soon….

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