14 February, 2014 14 February, 2014

Cape Town – From Above and Below

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False Bay has seen a buzz of marine activity of late, and photographer Jean Tresfon has been capturing some amazing images both above and below the surface in Cape Town.


See more of Jean’s images on underwaterimages.co.za
Or check out his Flickr account here.


  1. Mlou Newdigate
    15 February, 2014 at 5:35 am · Reply

    absolutely beautiful, the sharks too- thanks

  2. Loop
    15 February, 2014 at 7:16 pm · Reply

    Yup great photos. Nice one fellas.

  3. Cool
    17 February, 2014 at 6:46 am · Reply

    Super perspectives -would not be too blase about the “small” great whites though…..as pretty as they may look.
    Makes you want to look into owning one of these flying machines …….and give it a whirl yourself.

  4. Kevin
    17 February, 2014 at 7:31 am · Reply


  5. RWH84
    17 February, 2014 at 11:29 am · Reply

    dude your work is awesome! shot!

  6. Piet Otz
    19 February, 2014 at 9:27 pm · Reply

    Thank you for these. As a surfer it’s always a stark reminder that we need to share our space. That’s one of the best things about paddling out in False Bay- you’re submitting to nature, agreeing to play by natural rules, and accepting the consequences. If you want to play by man’s rules, go paddle at St James or Dalebrooke, or better still, outside the Brass Bell! Long may SA be known for its tolerance and diversity, both on land and in the water.

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