Travel Photo Essay – October 2014 – Queens Beach and Sea Point Promenade, Cape Town

Below are a collection of shots taken at Queens Beach and on the Sea Point Promenade and surrounds in Cape Town, South Africa:


One of the indigenous ice plants shrubs of the Cape in bloom.


Oil tankers and ships can often be seen in the distant off-shore from Queens Beach and surrounds.


A small tidal or rock pool at Queens Beach.


A bold seagull perked on the parking lot railing at Queens Beach.


Some seashells at Queens Beach. The beach is quite literally more seashells than sand in places. 


A stately building snapped from the Sea Point Promenade etc.

Author: Tamlyn Amber Ryan

Content writer by day and blogger by night, Tamlyn Ryan passionately runs her own travel blog, called Tamlyn Amber Wanderlust, from her home base of Cape Town, South Africa. And, despite a national diploma in Journalism, in her free time, Tamlyn’s preferred niche remains travel writing.

Tamlyn is a hopeless wanderer, equipped with an endless passion for road trips, carefully planned, holiday itineraries and, above all else, an innate love for the great outdoors.

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