Student Photo Gallery: South Africa

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Nov 25, 2013


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Student Photo Gallery: South Africa

Cape Town is known for many things: its downtown grid of skyscrapers, its painful political and social history of apartheid, the thick network of shacks and homes that make up its townships, its magnificent landscapes and greenery its mountainous backdrop of Table Mountain. With five days to explore this city, SAS students discovered the wildlife, communities and culture that is part of Cape Town during the Fall 2013 voyage’s stop in the southern tip of Africa. Here are just some of their photos.

A SAS student gets a rare view above the clouds, sitting atop Table Mountain.  Photo by Daniel Loisi from University of Iowa
Even lizards get a nice view from Table Mountain in Cape Town. Photo by Kacey Montana from Plymouth State University
TOMS shoes are not only at sea, but also on Table Mountain. Photo by Ashley Lushinsky from Univ. of North Dakota
A picturesque view of Cape Town captivated students. Photo by Andrew Gray from Oklahoma State University
Unusually gloomy weather at Cape Town's port. Photo by Shari Kulberg from University of the Pacific
Safari adventure at Fairy Glen park. Photo by Laura Pastores from Westminster College
Beautiful azure water from the top of Cape of Good HopePhoto by Kaitlyn Squanda from Alma College
Zebras at the Fairy Glen park. Photo at left by Sarah Bond of Penn State University. At right sea lion is performing a double flip. Photo at right by Christine Robertson of Boston Univ.
Lions are one of the most gorgeous animals that one can see at the South African's Safari. Photo by Brian McGuffog from New York Univ.
A peacock shows his beautiful tail. Photo by Brian McGuffog from New York Univ.
Cape Town is one of the kite boarding capitals in the world. Photo at left by Daniela Ferraro of University of Miami. A leopard in the sanctuary. Photo at right by Shari Kulberg of University of the Pacific
Penguins are moulting at Boulder's beach in South Afrika. Photo by Aylin Ozyigit from Penn. State University
SAS students had a chance to observe water buffalos and rhinos. On the right, rhino lost his horn in poaching incident. Photo by Carly Davidson from Ithaca College
A rhino eats grass, while students take photos of him. Photo by Carlos Latapi from Univ. of Texas–San Antonio

 What a picturesque sunset with an ostrich on the horizon. Photo by Trevor Fairbank from San Diego State Univ.

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