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Lupathana is the name of a short stretch of the Pondoland Wild Coast area where high rock shelves extend deep into the sea. When strong swell collides with these vertical rock shelves, tons of water crash into the air and the shock of these collisions thunder through the earth to be heard very far away. Sitting just out of harms way and witnessing these columns of water rise into the sky is a very impressive sight!
Pondoland, Wild Coast, South Africa
5D II, 24-70mm f/2.8, CPL filter
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