This picturesque fishing town, 15km north-west of Vredenburg, is one of the oldest coastal towns along the West Coast of South Africa and is famous for its crayfish. There are many white-washed fishermen’s cottages dotted along a long, white beach. In the town some of the atmosphere of a fishing community of a bygone era is preserved.
Paternoster, meaning “Our Father”, took its name from the heartfelt prayers of shipwrecked Portuguese sailors.
This photo was taken early one morning while we were on holiday.
Canon PowerShot S51S
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