witness the might of the Southern Ocean carving up the
rocky shore like butter with a hot knife. Channels and coves
and massive dark caverns crafted by deceptively smooth
crystal clear water.
The smaller channel has gouged out a massive cave deep
in the land mass as it grinds the colourful sandstone back
All pictures are worth enlarging, but particularly this one to
appreciate the wondrous mix of colours.
Invitingly transparent and deceptively calm until a great wave
rolled in ... decidedly not a place to take a dip!
Looking back at the black hole in the coastal shelf with the Prof,
for scale. Sorry about the quality of the photos, they were taken
with a tiny camera, all I was able to carry before my last heart op.
The cave was a very useful place, providing safe and sheltered
habitation for a large colony of swallows. These and many more
wonders we experienced on the coast of the Eyre Peninsular south
of Streaky Bay in South Australia.
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