Sunday, March 2, 2008

Seal Point



Seal Point, Cape St Francis seen from the lookout point, with the lighthouse in the background. The area is characterised by a wide sweaping beach in the bay and a rocky shoreline on the "wild side". The area off the point is a popular surfing spot, but it is not without its hazards, as many an unwary surfer has found out, when connecting with the rock aptly known as "full stop".

5 comments:

Isadora said...

What a lovely beach, you can almost hear the waves gently lapping the shore.

bobbie said...

Beautiful shot. l And the lighthouse makes it perfect.

Lawstude said...

Nice beach view. The greens at the forefront complements the blue sky and sea.

quinntarantino said...

A very nice beach view!

deadromeo said...

Love this wave! love this pic, Love this place... I really miss it...