St.Blaize Trail (a Photo walk) 2012/08/02

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I have been hoping to get around to doing this fantastic trail for some time now and can gladly say I have finally done it, tri-pod, camera an’ all! I hope you enjoy this trail viewpoint shoot in B&W as much as I enjoyed taking them. Regards Eugene van der Watt (Aka EL-CHAIYAI Photography)

Description of St. Blaize Trail:
“The St Blaize Hiking Trail is a wonderfully scenic combination of craggy coastline, interesting caves and rock formations, sweeping ocean views and pretty fynbos.

Starting at the Khoi San Cave at The Point, it follows the coastline for 13.5 km to Dana Bay and usually takes about 4 hours at a moderate pace.

The trail has recently been upgraded and is a comfortable walk along a contour path and through fine stands of coastal fynbos. Along the way there are a few spots for a cooling swim in rock pools or a small sandy beach.

On a good day the views from the path are spectacular and you have a good chance of spotting whales, dolphins and even sharks in the water below. Peak whale watching season is from June to October and dolphins can be seen all year round.” www.safarinow.com/destinations/mossel-bay/HikingTrail/St-…

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I have been hoping to get around to doing this fantastic trail for some time now and can gladly say I have finally done it, tri-pod, camera an’ all! I hope you enjoy this trail viewpoint shoot in B&W as much as I enjoyed taking them. Regards Eugene van der Watt (Aka EL-CHAIYAI Photography)

Description of St. Blaize Trail:
"The St Blaize Hiking Trail is a wonderfully scenic combination of craggy coastline, interesting caves and rock formations, sweeping ocean views and pretty fynbos.

Starting at the Khoi San Cave at The Point, it follows the coastline for 13.5 km to Dana Bay and usually takes about 4 hours at a moderate pace.

The trail has recently been upgraded and is a comfortable walk along a contour path and through fine stands of coastal fynbos. Along the way there are a few spots for a cooling swim in rock pools or a small sandy beach.

On a good day the views from the path are spectacular and you have a good chance of spotting whales, dolphins and even sharks in the water below. Peak whale watching season is from June to October and dolphins can be seen all year round." www.safarinow.com/destinations/mossel-bay/HikingTrail/St-…

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