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Margate 18.07.2014 08h29During the July 2014 holiday season in Margate on the Southcoast of KwaZulu-Natal, we watched the lifeguards setting up their station early in the morning, before the arrival of the holiday crowd. The flags demarcate the “safe” area in which swimmers and surfers can enjoy the water under the supervision of the lifeguards.

This served as a reminder that not everybody in this popular coastal town is having a fun holiday; some people are at work earning their daily bread.

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18 Comments

  1. Dis ‘n baie mooi fot,Hester!

    • Dankie. Dink dis een wat my seun geneem het. Hier is so baie kameras en amateurfotograwe hier rond … 😀

      • Haha..solank julle nie baklei oor kopiereg nie!

        • Haha. Nee, die bestes word onder kopiereg van ons webontwerp-besigheid geplaas en leen dit uit vir kliënte. Die res bêre ons op ‘n eksterne hardeskyf wat in my laai lê. Let wel – MY laai.

        • 😄

  2. Ooo dis mooi! Jy kan dit ook gebruik as ons eendag EENSAAM as tema kry!

  3. Wat mooi! Wat zou ik daar graag zitten bij zonsopkomst! Heerlijk plekje! ❤️

  4. Mooi foto en pragtige oggend. Daar is ook maar altyd mense wat moet werk.

  5. I could do with earning my daily bread on a Natal beach! Just imagine… your winter temperature is about ten degrees warmer than our summer temperatures! 😉

    • Eeeew, please remind me not to visit you in winter.

      • Well… the last winter was rather good… we only got the cold as spring was supposed to begin! Blame that little Spanish fella off the South American coast! 😉

        • Ja, that one that I blame for the gale-force winds, rain by the buckets and flooding rivers. No wonder our usually pristine beaches are now covered in debris – sugar cane stalks, plastic bottles, old shoes …

        • Skulls? 😉

        • 😀 😀 Nope, no casualties, thankfully.

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