Gallery: looking down on creation

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  1. Die Ruiter: Strange and wonderful rock formations are a feature of the Golden Gate National Park. PICTURES: VIVIEN HORLER
  2. Scorched earth: The vulture restaurant in the Golden Gate National Park feeds bearded and Cape vultures.
  3. Charm: Clarens is full of art galleries and shops ideal for browsing.
  4. Serene: The rock pool near Glen Reenen in the Golden Gate National Park.
  5. CLARENS WEISS: Clarens Brewery not only sells beer but makes it as well.
  6. Autumn colour: Sandstone buildings and a wide blue sky are typical of Clarens.
  7. Sparkling: Glass by artist David Reade in one of the Clarens galleries.
  8. On top of the world: The view across a log cabin at the Highlands Mountain Retreat to the plains beyond.

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