Weekly Photo Challenge: On top

In this week’s challenge, show us a photo that means “On Top”

Some things you find on the top of Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa

1. A snake


2. A Lizard


3. A bird on top of a rock that looks like a meerkat


4. A view


5. And even the curve of the earth


Where have you been on top of the world?

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I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

21 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: On top”

  1. Love that curvature of the earth!
    Trying to think of the highest place I have been, but not that exciting. BT Tower, London. TV Tower, Berlin. TV Tower, Beijing. Mount Tibidabo, Barcelona. Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur. All great for cities, but can’t top Table Mountain Jude.
    Regards as always, Pete.

  2. I would have to say that the feeling of being on top would most often be on cycling trips after slogging up some mountain pass…Spain, Italy, Turkey, Slovenia. Hiking n our Canadian Rockies there are some great spots too. 🙂 You have included some fabulous photos!

    1. Thanks Jo. Hope you had a good one too. Can’t say I celebrate Easter at all, can’t say I celebrate anything much these days. Just happy to enjoy each day as it comes! Cornwall looking good – need some sun though 😉

    1. Mmm… I have never like tower blocks – and even less the fast lifts that get you to the top. Just doesn’t seem natural to be up so high in something man-made.

  3. Ah yes Jude, now I see what you meant about ‘great minds’. I have some pics of dassies and lizzies up there, but that was about 26 years ago, and I can’t find them. Love the meerkat rock. 🙂

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