C is for Cape Town, South Africa, where I was born and raised. As a child we sometimes went on Sunday afternoon drives around the Cape Peninsula past Camps Bay and over Chapmans Peak Drive. It also stands for Coral Bay, one of our favourite holiday destinations, Canberra, the capital city of Australia and Cape Foulwind, an extremely windy place in New Zealand.
Camping is our favourite way to enjoy holidays. C is also for Corella, a white parrot, Chameleon, Camel and camel bells.
View of Coral Bay, northwest Australia, with its turquoise waters
Chapmans Peak Drive near Cape Town
Cable Car going up and down Table Mountain in Cape Town
View towards Parliament House from the Australian War Memorial in Canberra
Cape Foulwind in New Zealand on a windy, wet and rainy day in the middle of summer
Camel rides on Cable Beach in Broome, WA
Little Correllas feeding
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Boundaries.” This week the challenge is about being creative about limits, boundaries, borders and dividers of all types.
The walls of the Lighthouse Keeper’s house at Point King, Albany, Western Australia that kept the inhabitants safe from the ocean.
View from inside the Lighthouse Keeper’s House, Point King, Albany, Western Australia
Tropic of Capricorn, Namibia
Land and sea division, Chapman’s Peak, Cape Town, South Africa
Nelson Mandela’s old cell at Robben Island prison, Cape Town, South Africa
Port Arthur, Tasmania, Australia. First penal colony. Lots of boundaries that ruled access and movement of prisoners.
Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, Western Australia