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:

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

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

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A small tidal or rock pool at Queens Beach.

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

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

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A stately building snapped from the Sea Point Promenade etc.

Author: Tamlyn Amber Ryan

Tamlyn Ryan is a writer and blogger, who runs her own travel blog, called Tamlyn Amber Wanderlust. Despite a national diploma in Journalism, her preferred niche remains travel writing. She is a hopeless wanderer, equipped with an endless passion for road trips, carefully planned, holiday itineraries and above all else, the great outdoors.

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