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is Jim taking a shower!
I've got to join the WOWers, that's all I can think of to say! WOW!
very nice photo and thanks for the input I have heard of that event
It's not like a blow hole or a geyser. It's an very small cave in the rocks. It's probably most active when the tide is coming in. There is no timing really - just the surging of the water. The water rushes into the "cave" hits the stone wall and splashes out with a roar that sounds like thunder. I've seen people stop and look to the sky trying to see where the storm is.
Woweeeee!!!!!!!! What perfect timing.... Quite a photo.... Thanks, Pumpkin.... :) :)
Interesting ..... thanks Punkin
That's an amazing picture!! Thanks for posting it Suzy!
Woah NELLIE,that is awesome.Thanks Pumpkin.
Who needs sound effects when you see a photo like this!! I can almost hear it!! Thanks pumpkin.
Does it blow on time? Or just whenever? I've never seen it or heard about it.
After many visits to Thunder Hole, I finally got to hear some really great "noise". . . but I've never seen the water like this. Thank you!
I'm assuming they give ample warning as to when this thing is going to blow? Very interesting Pumpkin.
Ka Pow!! Great image! Thanks for sharing.
Very cool picture :)
Wow!! There she blows! Thanks Suzy.
Wow! amazing picture!
Thanks for checking out Thunder Hole, gang! I do want to point out, this is NOT my photo. My photo looked so calm and peaceful, I wanted you all to know what it CAN look like!
I was so worried this was you when Jim did something you did not like. I wonderful picture of the old Thunder hole. Thank you Suzy black eye.
All I can say is, WOW!!!! And thank you!!!
I've never seen it quite like this, Suzy but I've gotten plenty wet!! It does sound like a clap of thunder. Thanks for finding this. Fun memories.
Beautiful picture, Suzy.
Awsome! I had no idea! Great shot Suzy!
Now that's what a call an explosion of water - I can almost hear it! Thanks punkin:)
Wow!! that looks really neat. Saw one in Hawaii, But nothing as big as this one. Thank you for sharing.Naoma