…seas at Torquay.
Near Torquay, I captured this wave as it broke
making it appear larger than it actually was.
This scarred African landscape depicts other Victoria Falls sites
created as the Zambezi River eroded away the rock face
of previous fall sites.
The Devil’s Cataract, in the foreground, and on
the Zimbabwean side of the Falls is said to be
where the current falls are beginning to erode
the rock face thereby creating a new Victoria Falls.
At 7cm per year, we will be visiting the current site
for many more years.
Mother nature appears to be holding the sun,
not wanting it to rise from the water.
A spectacular rural sunset.