The sea threw up a bunch of critters that one does not usually see on the beach. This morning Kirsten and I took a walk thereon, and I snapped a few photos.
The most common critters were of orange sea cucumber looking chaps. Perhaps someone could let me know what they really are?
This is just kelp. It isn't uncommon, obviously, I just liked the way the photo turned out.
Yesterday Adam and I went to UCT, and it brought back many memories. Not least of which how I used to have to climb all those bloody steps every day. The campus didn't seem to have changed much.
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