After turning around, we walked back slowly, still looking for anything interesting.
The sun was going down fairly quickly by now. We still had a bit of a walk back home. Boeta did not care one bit.
Every time I pushed him a little he complained and wanted to walk in the opposite direction, only for the drag of a dad to remind him that it was getting late and we had to go home.
I loved this spot with the green algae to spend some moments here to shoot a few shots, all freehand.
I looked for Boeta who was in his own world, finding another treasure, I am sure. I called him and he came walking toward me pointing at a Oystercatcher flying past and asking what it was.
I again reminded him that we had to move on and he reluctantly joined me as we walked towards home. I took a few shots in that direction. You can just see the houses.
It was a brilliant evening yet again. I could not get enough of the clouds and the setting sun, so every now and then I would get another shot.
As we got closer we saw some fisherman again. Sometimes the ladies join their husbands/friends as they angle in the early evening as was the case with this young man.
Boeta was in great spirits and still throwing rocks, running and enjoying being at the beach. You would never know we were coming to the end of a 6 km walk.
It was too dark now. I was on the built-in flash to get any descent shots. Really time for us to get home.
I took a last shot of the white rocks and the remaining sunlight.This is the last of this series of posts. We hope you enjoyed the full photographic walk with us.
Tomorrow we leave for a short Safari and a few days in the mountains to celebrate our son’s 3rd Birthday. Hopefully we will bring lots of photos of wildlife and landscapes to share next week. Have a great weekend, I know we will.
I looked for Boeta …. he was busy looking for crabs under the flat rocks.
My son – The explorer! Happy Birthday, we are so proud of you! Love you, Mom and Dad!