I have been meaning to go to the Warriewood blowhole for a while now. I knew roughly where it was but had never been here. I just looked for the biggest sign saying danger, no entry etc and followed the well worn path past the fence.
Kids jump the 15m or so into the water and then swim through the tunnel under the cliff to come out in the blow hole. Then it is a climb back up the cliff using the rope. Photographers come to shoot the blowhole and ‘canyan x’ so have to climb down that rope with cameras and tripods to set up just above water level.
Today was a grey kind of day so it was perfect for a scouting mission. I didn’t go down the cliff today, I will come back at dusk one day, but wanted to see it in the light first. I wouldn’t like to be stuck at the bottom of the cliff in the dark not sure how to get out!

This image is part of my personal photo per day project.
To see the rest of my images go to www.2012inphotos.com.au
Canon 5dmkII EF 17-40 f4.0L

The aim is to take 1 photo a day and publish it on 2012inphotos.com.au

This would be a huge undertaking for most people, but even more so for me. For the last 2 years I have suffered from chronic fatigue (cfs, me, cfids, etc) and while I am far better than I have been, some days I know I won’t be able to get out of bed, many more I won’t leave the apartment

I hope this will assist in my recovery by forcing me out on days when I can manage it, and keeping me creative on days that I can

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  • Julie  White
    Julie Whiteabout 2 years ago

    Superbly captured well done David.

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