I am fortunate enough to be blessed almost every morning by witnessing the amazing sunrise created for you and I.
The Surf next to the pier at Umgeni River Mouth
Durban’s beautifully engineered, and fairly new, promenade sets the stage for this amazing grace.
From Blue Lagoon (umgenie River Mouth) looking South towards Durban Harbour
Lonely Ship lurks out at sea
The two companies (of which I am aware) involved with phase 1 and phase 2 of the beachfront rehabilitation, namely Fountain Civil Engineering (phase 1) and Vumani Civils (phase 2) have done a fantastic job.
Phase two, Umgeni River Mouth side
The Umgeni River Mouth
Comparing the promenade to photos dating back to 1930, the difference is phenomenal.
South towards Durban City
Shore Sand Dunes
The White Elephant, Moses Mabida Stadium, sits majestically keeping watch over Durban City
Malaga, Malgrove, Malpark Residential flats
Jetski in the surf
The sun peeped out from the horizon, only to disappear again behind the cloud bank
Now you see it
Now you Don’t
Yet another majestic morning from our creator
On Tuesday 11 February 2014, I was on the road again, the N2, this time Harding, Kwazulu Natal, South Africa
Besides the SA National Roads-works underway on the N2, the drive was most pleasant and beautiful.
I took a couple minutes here and there to capture on camera the beauty of our Lords creation.
The drive took about 2.5 hours there and 2.5 hours back to Durban.
The coastal area here is know as Hibiscus Coast, contrasting sugar cane fields and rolling dark hills
These are photos of Durban Beachfront, Kwa-Zulu-Natal, South Africa, from the 1930’s to New Years Day 2013.
2013 – New Years Day