Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Sea Cave in Inverloch

 


The coastline from Inverloch to Hamer's beach is where dinosaur fossils are frequently discovered. There are numerous sea caves along the coastline too. 

This particular cave is very wide. There are many spiders crawling on the ground as well. Not a fun place to stay still.


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29 comments:

  1. At least the animals had a great view of the sand and sea.

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  2. The view is marvelous even with spiders, it reminds me of Indiana Jones...

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  3. The cave looks like a frame for the seascape, so artistic!

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  4. Esa puerta, que da entrada a la cueva, tiene una gran vista de cara al mar.

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  5. Great capture, love the view looking out at the sea! Have a wonderful week!

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  6. That is a very blue sky. I am guessing that Australian spider are scarier than the ones in my area.

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  7. So pretty! And you managed to do a great job with the lighting - I find shots like this are quite tricky!
    Thank you for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2022/12/on-display-at-durham-art-council.html

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    1. Thank you kindly. The coast is always packed by tourists in summer too

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  8. Thanks for your life endangering photo. It was worth the risk.

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  9. There's a similar cave on the Oregon Coast. It was used by bootleggers during Prohibition.

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  10. Bonito marco para el mar y el cielo que se ve de fondo.

    Saludos.

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