After a short reprieve from the drought gripping the Western Cape of South Africa, the rivers on Table Mountain are finally flowing again.
Today’s venture was into Cecilia Forest. Although it cannot be called a forest anymore, with most of the pine plantations being cut down to allow the natural fynbos to return. In the ravines, there still remains remnants of the original mountain forests and it’s there where we find the small rivers flowing after the rain.
In those small pockets of remaining pines, various mushrooms can be found amongst the pine needles.
Till the next outing, chase the light.