Me at the Langebaan Lagoon, South Africa


Me  sitting one the granit  basement in the side of Langebaan Lagoon, South Africa

I was  sitting one the granit basement in the side of Langebaan Lagoon, South Africa

The pictute was taken in 30 October 2008.  This was in a geological field trip that was organized by American Association of Petroleum Geologist.

The popular town of Langebaan is just over 100 km from Cape Town on the West Coast off the R27 next to Langebaan Lagoon. The white Caribbean like beaches surrounding the crystal clear waters of the Langebaan Lagoon are one of the main attractions of Langebaan.

Langebaan is well known as it is the ornithological capital of South Africa, has recorded the largest oyster shell deposits in the world and enjoys a moderate climate with cool air and long sunlit days. In winter it is never very cold and the long summer days are never unbearably hot.

About Arif Wibowo

Passion on Photography Live in Jakarta, Indonesia. Working in oil and gas company. Like traveling, bicycle, and photography. Born in Sukabumi, West Java. Graduate from Physics ITB 1985.
This entry was posted in Geology, My Journal, Myself, Petroleum, Place I've ever been to, South Africa, Travel. Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to Me at the Langebaan Lagoon, South Africa

  1. tforce2009 says:

    Buktikan IndonesiaMu
    aio dukung Pulau Komodo sebagai new7wonders
    klik disini

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