Cape Town through a lens

 
 
 
  • As part of Creative Week Cape Town a few enthusiastic photographers took to the Mother City's streets to capture it from a fresh angle with Andrew Brauteseth aka @guy_with_camera. (News24Travel)
  • District Six then and now. This part of the city is steeped in painful history of removal, but efforts are being made to bring revival and renewal. (News24Travel)
  • While many of the houses of District Six were demolished, religious institutions and schools remained. (News24Travel)
  • Open spaces like these where urban sprawl meets nature provide a perfect backdrop for experimental street art. (News24Travel)
  • A piece of inspirational street art found in Darling Street, just up the road from the Caslte of Good Hope. (News24Travel)
  • A little taste of dystopia in Darling Street. (News24Travel)
  • Exploring Harrington Street in the Fringe District. (News24Travel)
  • Field Office is a great little coffee shop in the Fringe district. It has free wifi. (News24Travel)
  • Another batch of Darling Street art. (News24Travel)
  • Yarn bombing or something like it. (News24Travel)
  • A liver and polony vetkoek, anyone? Spotted next to the road in Darling Street. (News24Travel)
  • Walking through the city. (@NatalieRoos via Twitter)
  • Up close with a favourite piece of street art. (@Foodandthefab via Twitter)
  • Exploring one of the creative spaces where the World Design Capital 2014 team works from. (@Foodandthefab via Twitter)
  • Blue, yellow and green. (@imarkrige via Twitter)
  • A Bo-Kaap scene. (@imarkrige via Twitter)
  • A dreary day in Long Street. (@imarkrige via Twitter)
  • District Six. (@imarkrige via Twitter)
  • District Six. (@imarkrige via Twitter)
  • Divided and united. (@imarkrige via Twitter)
  • What would the city be withouth its pigeons? (@imarkrige via Twitter)
  • And then of course, the Company Garden's famous gaggles of Egyptian Geese. (@ishotimagesza via Twitter)
  • A green statement in the Fringe District. (@ishotimagesza via Twitter)
  • Jelly beans. (@juliemoon85 via Twitter)
  • A secret garden close to the Company Gardens. (@ishotimagesza via Twitter)
  • Longmarket Street is really long. It stretches all the way from basically the Bo-Kaap right down into the Fringe. (@imarkrige via Twitter)
  • The final wrap of the photo tour in Luvey and Rose coffee shop in the Bo-Kaap. (@ishotimagesza via Twitter)