“Be brave enough to live life creatively. The creative place where no one else has ever been” ~ Alan Alda
It’s a fairly long drive from Durban to Port St John’s but you know you are there when you take the multiple bends a few kilometres out of town and on one of the downhill slopes get your first view of the river to the left. Sadly, as you go over the river bridge out of town and head towards Durban, the view from the bridge is the last time you will see the river.
On this trip, I usually stop on the freeway at Umgababa where I purchase avocado pears and other fruit. The prices have steadily increased so I stopped on the side of the Port St John’s bridge and bought avocado pears and guavas at a steal. Their prices are too good and reasonable.
The accompanying photo surprised me somewhat as it was taken out of my LDV window when I stopped alongside the bridge railing. Although I use my Samsung note 4 mobile phone to capture the scene in pano mode, it turned out really clear compared to what I expected. The sky was a little blown out and I had to do some work on it to hopefully improve the look. PS – don’t mentioned the curved bridge wink emoticon
Can’t wait to head back there to Amapondo Backpackers for my filter coffee and prawn & calamari feast.
#mobilephone #samsungnote4 #samsunggalaxy #galaxynote4 Samsung South Africa Samsung Galaxy ComMEnity Samsung Mobile Samsung Mobile South Africa Mobile Photo Awards — in Port Saint John’S, Eastern Cape, South Africa.