Surf’s up!

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  • There’s an onomatopoetic resonance to “Platboom.” It sounds just like surf to me. Mike Golby—photographer, blogger, writer, and surfer—has some amazing pictures at his travel blog, “Cape Point Reserve.” You can find a more complete set of Mike’s breathtaking photography here at Zoopy. And of course there’s a facebook group.

    Mike’s been building the Cape Point Reserve blog for a couple of months. It represents a lifetime of his experiences of the Southwestern-most point of Africa. Here’s what he has to say about the online coffee table book he’s publishing there:

    A Capetonian, I’ve come to know Cape Point better than most locals or visitors. One of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, the South Peninsula’s fast-vacillating moods and myriad faces ensure it remains an enigma to many. This blog — through its images, tries to bridge the gap separating perception from reality at Africa’s most south-western tip — where two oceans and many cultures meet.

    It’s about the photography, certainly, but the photographs are accompanied by commentary, anecdotes, history—you know, your basic LORE! Mike’s photographic and writing talent are on display here. Subscribe, you’ll be glad you did.

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