Is this what a Kite Surfer's Heaven looks like? Up into the sunset.
The thin sliver at the bottom would be the ocean. The sunset really was that spectacular - I used no filters.
Taken at Cape Town's popular Table View Beach, which is world renowned for quality kitesurfing conditions.
Late afternoon, just before sunset, at Table View Beach, Cape Town. The Sky filled with dancing canopies of kites, as the kite boarders are out playing in the waves at one of the world's leading kite surfing locations.
In the warm glow of the late afternoon sun, this kitesurfer is making the most of the perfect conditions at Table View, Cape Town, South Africa. Frothy waves lapping the shore in the foreground as the kitesurfer speeds towards the beach, his kite high in the blue sky
Just before going down behind the mountains, the sun shines over the clouds that hang over the sea and through the mist between the trees.
Relatively minor edits have been made to compensate local exposure.
On the beach between Dolphin Beach & Doodles, CapeTown, SouthAfrica, we officially smashed the Guinness World Record with 415 kitesurfers in the water, surfing a 1 mile course! This was the Virgin Kitesurfing Armada on 30 January 2016 - all proceeds designated to local charities. Absolutely beautiful, seeing all these kitesurfers out together! Kudos...
Kitesurfer playing with wind & water to dance across the waves and whip up a spray of silver sparkles.
Image made at Big Bay, Cape Town, a well known kitesurfing location attracting local and international kitesurfers alike
Cunard's flag ship, the Queen Mary 2, was still at Cape Town Harbour after nightfall on the 18th April 2015. She was delayed in her departure for the last leg of her world cruise as South African Immigration officials held her up. This is to be the last time that Queen Mary 2 visits Cape Town
At dawn on the 17th April 2015 Cunard's flag ship, the Queen Mary 2, was arriving in Cape Town, South Africa, before her last leg of her world cruise. Due to winds of 27 knots it was not safe to come into port to dock, she circled for a few hours before the winds died down to below 20 knots and it was safe to come alongside her berth