[imagesource: Josh Rubin]
Sorry, but if you came here to see images of wild animals roaming the streets, as the ‘earth heals itself’ and the critters reclaim what’s theirs, prepare to be disappointed.
If you’re after cracking drone footage of Cape Town, with some rather serene music laid over the top, you’re in luck.
This video did the rounds last week, but I reckon documentary photographer Joshua Rubin has topped that effort with his latest release.
News24 spoke with Rubin, who has media accreditation and can thus leave the house, about his footage:
“I wanted show nature taking a breath of fresh air and regaining its strength back, while incorporating the emptiness of the streets,” Rubin told News24…
Rubin said the forest on the road to Hout Bay was probably one of his favourite places in Cape Town, adding filming the sunset at Camps Bay was “so beautiful”.
“I don’t usually go to Camps Bay but to be there, with no people around, was absolutely spectacular.”
Damn, Josh – rub it in.
Let’s just say that whenever this lockdown is over, and we can once again show our faces in public, Café Caprice is getting a visit. Ready that two-for-one burger special, and I’m not afraid to eat both myself.
Alright, let’s enjoy a birds-eye view of Cape Town:
I dunno if it’s just lockdown madness, but that made me a little emotional.
The Camps Bay tidal pool was a nice touch at the end.
Stay home, stay safe, and remember that when this ends, we once again get to explore the most beautiful city in the world.
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