15 August 2012

Outdoors Wednesday: a sea cave

Some more follow-up posts this week from Munmorah State Conservation Area, 25 klms from home, where the little wrens were. This time, we're at Snapper Point, for the sea-cave...




 and the usual line up of coal-ships waiting to go into Newcastle harbour

Here's the tree from the previous photo; this one taken with the x1.7  tele-converter lens (hand-held)



after a short walk away from the sea-cave

 a rugged bonsai affect from exposure and winds, growing just up from the Tasman Sea


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12 comments:

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Looks very much like our Sonoma/Mendocino coastline about 25km away too. Well maybe a bit further due to the twisty road.

TexWisGirl said...

really pretty! those shore caves are intriguing. such rugged country.

ZielonaMila said...

Beautiful photographs, I like to admire such views. I am greeting

Dianne said...

A wonderful rugged untouched corner of the world.

Karin M. said...

A magnificent landscape, soooo beautiful photos ...
Best regards, Karin

Renae said...

I'm glad you enjoyed my moody sky.

These photographs are very impressive. I love the 2nd and 3rd ones the most! wow - a bit scary but amazing!!!!!

einfachtilda said...

Wieder ganz fantastische Fotos und eine sehr schöne Umgebung.

LG Mathilda

Jan Castle said...

Hope you don't get dizzy looking down into that beautiful cave!!!!
Hugs,
Jan

Mary said...

What a beautiful rugged sea coast. So pretty.. love the ocean bowl.

Sharyl said...

The 2nd and 3rd photos make me want to get my feet wet, but I'd likely change my mind if I were there! Looks a bit choppy!

Liz said...

That seacave is wonderful and the scenery is so beautiful!! A great post Carole.

Jeanne said...

Love your shots of this amazing sea cave. Hard to imagine how long it takes to carve this out!