While staying near Stanford on the Klein River, we drove down the coast, along Walker Bay, and visited the beach, hidden behind spectacular, white sand dunes.
Arctotheca populifolia is this pretty grey leaved perennial that is pioneer on these dunes. Apparently the old people used the felt on the leaves as tinder for fire starting.
This daisy should have been easy, but I don't know what it is. A tiny plant in a sea of sand.
This was the longest beach I had ever seen.
No one to the left of us.
No one to the right.
Just blue and white.