by Ian Stehbens
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EVA_L, on July 10, 2008, said:
Wonderful, Yan! This image shows element in all its beauty!
Best wishes. Eva
Ian Stehbens, on July 10, 2008, said:
I agree, Eva. It was quite special to be there. I know how much you would love it. I think the itinerary for your visit to our part of the world is expanding!
Yours in warmest friendship,
Tamás Borbély, on July 11, 2008, said:
The nature is a very talented artist! Very nice, that you immortalized it Ian ! My best wishes, Tamás
Ian Stehbens, on July 11, 2008, said:
I appreciate your very thoughtful comment, Tamás. Thank you so much. However, I think it will still be there long after I have passed away, and will be just as awesome.
My warmest regards,
rlzzza, on July 13, 2008, said:
Wonderful...I like this shot.
Ian Stehbens, on July 13, 2008, said:
It is great to share special places with special people, Raz. Thanks.
M and R, on July 19, 2008, said:
And the wind blows. R
Ian Stehbens, on July 19, 2008, said:
Ask your son, to tell you about the wind there, Robyn. He can't ever forget how strong the wind was on the clifftop! His grandmother was almost blown inside out!
Luud Riphagen, on July 23, 2008, said:
Wonderful, spectacular and very interesting Tonga posts Ian.
Ian Stehbens, on July 23, 2008, said:
I am really delighted that you are enjoying them, Luud. I have just seen you comment on the wall of water from the Houma blowholes, so I thought that i would comment on the wall of water that has been thrown up the face of this headland around 25-30M!!
The swell comes in across the Tonga Trench, and with no shelf to refract the wave, they simply unleash their energy in thihs fashion. I cannot imagine what it would be like if there were a big storm driving these waves! Wham-Ooo!!
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