as much as i protest against summer (it’s the heat! the heat) it does make for gorgeous photo opportunities, especially if you live in a very snap-worthy place like Cape Town. i’m quite amazed by what i can capture, just wandering along on a daily walk or whatever, with my iPhone. here’s the evidence of that. you can follow all my snaps over at Instagram.

Queen's Beach, Sea Point, Cape Town by Miss Moss

a colourful brolly on a sunday morning – Queen’s Beach, Sea Point.

Sea Point Pool by Miss Moss
Sea Point Pool by Miss Moss

Sea Point Pool

Saunders Rock, Sea Point by Miss Moss

Saunder’s Rock in Sea Point, many people go here for a dip in the afternoons after work.

view of Clifton beaches, Cape Town by Miss Moss

the view looking over Clifton’s beaches

Bantry Bay bench by Miss Moss

benches along the promenade


the detailing on some of the apartment buildings is just wonderful


probably one of the grandest places in CT, the Mount Nelson


enjoying some fresh flowers at home


baskets we brought back from the Transkei


yellow MOMO in the bedroom

Nikes by Miss Moss

new Nikes!

Miss Moss house

a yellow corner (Manhattan poster now looming over us after everything that has happened this week…)

Miss Moss house

a weird plant that i bought on a whim, for its weirdness.

Miss Moss

so classic, so eighties.

Aesop by Miss Moss

indulging in too much Aesop (gifts, they were gifts.)

Bread by Miss Moss

eating home made bread….

Breakfast by Miss Moss

…then trying to make up for it by not having any carbs for a day.

Spiral Slicer by Miss Moss

making zucchini pasta! get a spiral slicer, it will be your new best friend.

The Table by Miss Moss

eating the best food at The Table.

The Table by Miss Moss

…and actually enjoying summer, i guess.


  1. Your photos are so lovely, so… dreamy. And I never knew about a spiral slicer, I may just have to get one now that you’ve made it look so enticing!

  2. Oh, now I dream about summer (although I can’t say it’s truly winter here in Hong Kong) and a trip to Cape town maybe. Thanks for sharing these, somehow they made me happy.

    • usually South Africans move to Australia! i actually really have no idea, but loads of foreigners live here…

  3. Love the anthuriums (the red flowers you have, notated 80s). They were my grandma’s favorite flower.

    And spiralizers, such a good idea.

  4. what a beautiful post. So interesting to see all the things around you and a day in life type thing.

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