Rondebosch Common: the clump of trees in the middle marks the site of Barnabas Shais Tabernacle and two graveyards. The aerial view of Rondebosch Common shows many of the places mentioned by Jose Burman in his article. A: The Camp Ground Road, flanked by a long strip of stone-pines. B: Park Road, running along the south side of the common. C: The newly built Milner Road North, completed in spite of the protests of lovers of the common. D: The group of pines which marks the place where the old chapel known as the Tabernacle once stood (there were also two graveyards there). E: The Red Cross Children's Hospital. F: The Rustenburg Girls' High School. The network of paths revealed by this photograph is hardly noticeable from the ground.