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On The Beach
South Africa

Taken from the top of a hill over looking the beach.  This is about the same place I took standing on the ruins and you can actually see the building just off to the north east.  The day was such a good day for interesting clouds and I am glad I stopped to take the pictures.  This is hand held using a string to keep close to the same viewpoint.  Can you find the rainbow?

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Uploaded: 16/10/2013
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Tags: beach; clouds; ocean; waves; sand; travel; outdoors; water; fun; durban; south africa
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