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Waterfalls gushing down Table Mountain – a photo essay

  • By Lynnette Johns
  • April 18 2013

Our Facebook fans and Twitter followers sent us photographs of waterfalls running off Table Mountain yesterday.

On the Camps Bay side of the mountain, just beyond
Blinkwater. The photo was taken around 6pm yesterday. Photo courtesy of <a href='
http://www.facebook.com/IreneMcC'>Irene McCullagh</a> On the Camps Bay side of the mountain, just beyond Blinkwater. The photo was taken around 6pm yesterday. Photo courtesy of Irene McCullagh
A close up, with one of the pepperpots in the foreground. Photo courtesy of <a href='http://www.facebook.com/jackie.romanov'>Jackie Romanov</a> A close up, with one of the pepperpots in the foreground. Photo courtesy of Jackie Romanov
Four cascading waterfalls just above the pepperpots. Photo courtesy of <a href='http://www.facebook.com/jackie.romanov'>Jackie Romanov</a> Four cascading waterfalls just above the pepperpots. Photo courtesy of Jackie Romanov
This picture was tweeted by 
<a href=' https://twitter.com/YesReallyAngel/status/324526438160158720'>YesReallyAngel</a> This picture was tweeted by YesReallyAngel
The waterfalls were visible across Cape Town. Photo courtesy of
<a href='https://twitter.com/deanstober'>Dean Stober</a> The waterfalls were visible across Cape Town. Photo courtesy of Dean Stober
A wet and broody mountain. Photo courtesy of <a href='https://twitter.com/ishotimagesza'>ishotimagesza</a> A wet and broody mountain. Photo courtesy of ishotimagesza

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