A fishing boat returns to the boat launch in advance of an approaching storm off the coast of Arniston, South Africa. To me, this had the look and feel of a scene one of my favorite painters, JMW Turner would have painted. In fact, he did paint a scene very similar to this, and I was thinking of him as I framed this. Arniston is a small seaside settlement in the Overberg region on the Cape South coast, close to Cape Agulhas, the southernmost tip of Africa. Fishing is still an important means of earning a livelihood. The village has an historic section of old fishermen's cottages. Cape Agulhas is where the Atlantic and Indian Ocean collide. It also is a breeding ground for great white sharks.