early morning para-glider with red chute flying tandem against a world of blue ocean. The remainder of the morning's low fog bank is still lingering, a small ship in the distance and Clifton Beach, with some of the world's most expensive real estate below.
Clifton is an affluent suburb of Cape Town, South Africa with high real estate values. This mainly residential district also offers four white, sandy beaches for visiting tourists to relax and enjoy the sights; protected in the 'wind shadow' of Lion's Head mountain.
Sunderland’s landmark Roker Pier and lighthouse are Grade II listed and when opened in 1903 the structure was hailed as a true 'triumph of engineering' no mean feat in an era which saw the construction of Brunel’s Clifton Suspension Bridge and Paxton’s Crystal Palace.
A brilliant blue and yellow para-glider chute viewed from an angle slightly above, flying tandem as he's launched from Signal Hill, Cape Town South Africa. Clifton Beach, which has some of the most expensive real estate in the world, is below, and then the vast blue expanse of the Atlantic Ocean