01 March 2008

Woke up to this, this morning

Sunrise over St Francis Bay this morning........what more can I say?

21 comments:

Old Wom Tigley said...

A truely beautiful view..
Give my regards to Suzi, I hope she as not been working to hard.

Jenty said...

Oh wow!! That's beautiful! I'm so jealous, and so desperately in need of a beach holiday.

Max-e said...

Hi Tom thanks for the comments. Suzi says hi as well

Max-e said...

Oh Jenty, it is so nice at Cape St Francis. Circumstances have conspired against us for too long, so we have decided we will come down at least once a month. We find this is a great place to relax and go home refreshed.

Kerri said...

Oh my! This is a Wonderful shot! I am so glad that you are getting some rest and relaxation...and in such a Beautiful setting! Wow again!

RuneE said...

You don't have to. The picture speaks for itself.

Katney said...

There is nothing more to say. A picture is worth a thousand words. This one is double its value at least.

Max-e said...

Hi RuneE, this was a case of being in the right place at the right time. One of the perks of being an early riser

Max-e said...

Kerri, thanks for your comment. Glad you liked the picture. Cape St Francis is a fantastic place - we always recharge our batteries here and are ready to face the world again when we get home.

Max-e said...

Katney, this was the one that stood out of the many I took this morning. Glad you liked it. Have a great weekend

Bob Johnson said...

Wow, that is one of the best Sunrises ever, nice job!!

The Fool said...

Max can you really go from elephants to sunsets this well. I must say, good job.

The Fool

Max-e said...

Bob, it was a great sunrise. It was also quite busy with the early morning fishermenn going out.

Max-e said...

The Fool, we have great diversity in the Eastern Cape. We have 5 of South Africa's 7 biomes, ranging from semi desert to lush forests and we have the added bonus of the sea. You can see the big 7 in the province - lions, elephant, rhino, buffalo and leopard ant then whales and great white sharks.
It has a lot to offer and is a great place to live.

MedaM said...

Wos, this is fantastic photo, indeed and so romantic!

Anna said...

Max-e don't say anything, and let me tell you - this is the most beautiful view I ever seen, so golden! Anna :)

Max-e said...

Medam, thanks for the comments - not only is it ramantic, but it is idyllic as well.

Max-e said...

Anna this was really a case of being in the right place at the right time. As you can see the gulls were also enjoying the sonrise :)
Thanks for the comments.

karoline said...

breathtaking max...we have so much to be thankful here on earth..don't we..

k:))

Max-e said...

Karoline this is my little piece of paradise. Whenever Sue and I go to our place at Cape St Francis we appreciate it more and count our blessings. Yes we have so much to be thankful for.

karoline said...

the thought that some people live in places like this year round and never stop to appreciate it, saddens me...i know you two would take the time to offer your gratitude...it's clear in the way you capture the beauty...