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March 14, 2012

We love Cape Town – A photo essay

We asked our Facebook fans to share their Cape Town with us. We wanted to see what you get you up to when you’re in the Mother City. We were blown away by the responses we received. As you’ll see from the pictures below, there are loads of Cape Town fans!

Bernard Cruse took this picture from a helipcoter as he flew over Cape Town. He took the liberty of editing it to show off the beauty of Cape Town Stadium and the beloved Table Mountain. This photo was incredibly popular on our Facebook page with 383 likes, 67 shares and 88 comments in total. 

Facebook fan and lover of Cape Town, Marlene sent us this stunning photo of the crystal clear waters of False Bay, near Simons Town. 

Emile Driessen submitted this amazing shot of divers at the South African Navy in Simonstown. We love the use silhouettes and light in this photo. 

This shot of the Green Point Park was sent in by Sue Wood. "Our first trip to Green Point Park was amazing. Our grandkids absolutely loved it," said Sue. "We loved every inch of the park. It's truly amazing and something we are so very proud of. Well done Cape Town!"

Even our four-legged friends love Cape Town and all it has to offer. Carla Hattingh shared this photo of her pup on Lion's Head. Dogs are a common site on the Lion's Head trail - you'll spot them full of energy, running ahead with their weary owners in tow. 

"This shot  was taken at Muizenberg beach," said Anthony Sharpe. "It shows Charlton Eftha, Brandon Eftha and Stefan Benting of B-boy crew Optics in Motion showing off their moves. The guys had been at the beach for a while before I took this shot, doing somersaults, breakdancing and generally being acrobatic."

Visit our I ♥ Cape Town Facebook page or if you have any images of Cape Town you’d like to share with us join the Cape Town. Live it. Love it. Flickr group!

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