Eerie- Weekly Photo Challenge

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I get this eerie feeling every time I see one of the memorials where somebody has died, like this one- I think it is on the R44 between Gordon’s Bay and Kleinmond in South Africa. Somebody- James Richard Read,  has lost his life, trying to save somebody else who was knocked into the ice cold Atlantic around here…

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This part of our coastline can be quite treacherous- The Cape of Storms, the old sailors called it, not without reason…

Maybe one of my Cape Town friends know a little bit more about this memorial?

PS- the mountain in the background should be Table Mountain from another less famous angle… this is across False Bay, while the famous view is seen from Table Bay…

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  4. Ek het iemand geken wat ook daar dood is omdat hy sy stiefseun probeer red het, wat deur ‘n brander va ndie rotse afgeslaan is. Dis ‘n baie gevaarlike kuslyn daardie en steeds gaan vang mans vis daar op die rotse.

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