Cape Town, Evening Over Rooftops!

Not sure if you know the Edgar Broughton Band, or their song Evening Over Rooftops, but it is a firm favorite of mine and I can’t find myself elevated and taking in the views off any city without the words coming to mind. Yesterday was no different as I looked across our beautiful Mother City and sang to myself whilst taking in these living views …

The air was thick like honey Looking from the room. The room had open windows To let the springtime through. Evening stood by watching At the side of summer’s promise …

The smoke hung on the skyline, The city fell in silence. The sunset ripe and mellow Was the light to write some thoughts by …

Three birds flew off a building, Standing proud against the sky, Many more flew with them, Spiraled upward like laughter, Faster harder, They rose up in a column, Hundreds upon hundreds, And twice that many wing speed, Four miles across, Stretched a million miles high …

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The Incidental Tourist is a Personal Travel Blog of a conscious traveller with a deep love for Africa, its people and the environment.

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