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Fisher rowing boat by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
The small fishing harbor at Struisbaai offers excellent opportunities for photographers as the small-scale fishers and line-fishers land their catches of fish. In addition, the harbour is well known for the Short-tailed Sting-rays that come to feed in the shallow waters on any fish offal.
De Mond Nature Reserve by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
De Mond Nature Reserve is a small picturesque coastal reserve that lies almost halfway between Arniston and Struisbaai. The Heuningness River widens here before entering the sea, forming a tranquil lagoon that is popular with fishermen and birdwatchers. De Mond is one of only a few important breeding locations for the Damara Tern in South Africa.
Harold Porter National Botanical Garden | © Arne Purves
The Harold Porter National Botanical Garden located between mountain and sea, in the heart of the Cape Fynbos region within the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, an hour east of Cape Town, South Africa.
Black Crake
Located between the famous Great White Shark cage-diving hotspot of Kleinbaai and the town of Hermanus that is famous for its annual ‘Whale Festival”, Stanford is bordered by the Klein River and estuary that is in turn surrounded by mountain fynbos and farmlands.
The De Hoop Dune Fields lie adjacent to the coastline within the De Hoop Nature Reserve and are amongst the largest intact dune fields within South Africa.
The Heuningberg Nature Reserve lies on the slopes of Bredasdorp and consists of mountain fynbos that hosts a wide variety of flowers and bird species that make excellent photographic subjects.
The tidal fish traps at Noordkapperhoek, in Stillbaai, are of the best preserved and are an example of the oldest working technology in Southern Africa.
In and around Bredasdorp and Napier are plenty of interesting opportunities for landscape and agricultural photography. 
Arniston Caves Featured Hot
Arniston is locally known as Waenhuiskrans and lies 25km's southeast of Bredasdorp. The caves are accessed through the CapeNature entrance. You can access the caves at low tide only. Most landscape photography is done from the cliff tops.
The rugged coastline within the Agulhas National Park and at the southern tip of Africa draws thousands of people to the point where many contest that the warm Indian Ocean meets with the cold Atlantic.
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