Although a fairly strong South Wester was blowing in False bay, carrying a few showers with it, it did not stop us from heading out to Cape Point.
After a stop at the Seals, the birds nesting in the cliffs and getting airborne we reached the majestic Cape Point.
This was a UCT Zoology holiday workshop group with students from USA, WITS, Rhodes etc. They were on a one way trip departing from Millers Point to Buffels Bay inside the Cape Point reserve. There aim was to explore the rocky shores of Buffels Bay during low tide, examining the various creatures that make their homes in these dynamic and dangerous environments, guided by the esteemed Professor George Branch.
But personally I think they enjoyed the boat more that what was to come. Photographs taken at Cape Point Coffee Shop.