Wednesday, February 27, 2008


There are quite a few shipwrecks along this trecherous part of the coast, where a reef runs 10km out to sea beyond Seal Point, and gales that had their birth in the Antarctic can sweep past with surprising fierceness. This is part of the remains of the President Steyn, which ran aground next to the lighthouse at Seal Point. It is hard to spot, as it is so eroded, and only visible at very low tide, but has a strange beauty of its own.


quintarantino said...

This is an amazing photo; almost minimalist!

Bergson said...

a perfect texture => a photo graph which leaves room to imagination