Six members of the Hermanus Photographic Society headed along the Karwyderskraal road early this morning to photograph the hay bales in the stubble fields. The light was excellent with some cloud around and we managed to get a few fine shots
This morning eight Hurriers made the most of perfect walking conditions and enjoyed a good walk from Pringle Bay to Rooi Els and back. Not only did we see some interesting botanical specimens along the way, but also a number of local birds. The Cape Rock Jumper, however, did not appear despite much searching. We covered a distance of 10.5 kms.
Elsa led eight of us on a very pleasant walk from De Kelders to Gansbaai and back again. The weather was perfect and we stopped at Coffee On The Rocks for iced coffee after we had completed the 8.2 kilometre walk, which took two and a half hours. We even saw a whale or two, although most seem to have left for Antarctica already. A south-easterly wind had flattened the sea and there was not a wave in sight, but really good visibility meant that we could see clear across to Cape Point!