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Little Blowhole


Kiama is famous for its blowholes. But spirts for water through a rock hole aren't very photogenic so I've provided the view as well.

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  1. Lovely action shot of the blowhole - they're such tricky things to take pictures of.

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  2. Such beautiful view and capture!

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  3. you captured it beautifully!

    can you imagine living in one
    of those homes and enjoying
    that view each morning and
    evening?

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  4. Glad you posted both. Well done!

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  5. The textures and colours of the rocks around the Kiama blowhole are just as impressive as the spurts of water, IMO.

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