An early morning view from the top of "The Gap" in Port St Johns on the Wild Coast of South Africa. The Gap refers to a section between two rocky cliffs that people jump across on dares, sometimes resulting in serious injury or death. Occasionally there is a ladder between the gap allowing easy access.
Each morning this spot was used during the Sardine Run for a quick view of the sea conditions and any possible bird actin that could indicate a bait ball.
· Date: Sun July 23, 2006 · Reference ID: 1601/22006-06-18-15-24-31 · Views: 3392 ·