Travelling through the Western Cape Province in South Africa, one of the things to see is the Sevilla Rock Art Trail. The trail winds for 5 kilometres alongside the Brandewyn River in the Cederberg Mountain region, and takes in nine sites where ancient rock art paintings can be seen. In addition to the rock art, it's a pleasant and relatively easy hike during which you can also take in the landscape.
Today's photographs were taken during this hike. I experimented with slow slow shutter speeds in order to get the flowing effect to the water, and in the end couldn't decide which image to display, so here's both of them. A bit heavier on the processing than I might normally do, but I think it makes for an interesting study!