Thursday, May 6, 2010


the following photographs make up a single-lens reflex serial taken on one of the last good days of cape town's sunny months: photographers trailing the South, on the verge of a storm.

the weather was dandy and on its own course. the atlantic seaboard was sunny with a breath of wind (perfect for kite-flying). the promenade was warm, such that the bricks layed along the boulevard were warm beneath my feet. there were even some bathers at the pavillion pools, regardless of april and the waning of summer.
as we made our way towards the south we noticed a sheet of mist looming over the mountain, casting kalk bay in shadow. the waves below were becoming temperamental. the south easter was due without warning.

locations: sea point main road, mouillie promenade, down by kalkies.

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