Two miles long and more than 3,500 feet high, this flat-topped is a dramatic, ever present part of the city landscape and a surefire photography bonanza whether from near, far (like here, captured from another mountain called Lion's Head), on top, or from below. Up top it's also home to a national park. The only limit to portraying this Cape Town icon is your vivid imagination.

Read more in Tripatini member Rohny Jones' post in 9 of Cape Town's Most Photographable Spots.


Brendon Wainwright


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