by Ian Stehbens
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beegood, on September 21, 2010, said:
The earth is so unbelievably vivid where you are dear Ian, it is almost threatening ~ Gaia resurrecting ~ thank you for sharing ~ love ~ Maja ~~~~~
Ian Stehbens, on September 25, 2010, said:
It is very raw, Maja. The extensive coral reefs and the uplifted coral islands are being sculpted into special landscapes, as here at this sink hole.
Then there are the grand events that keep happening: tectonic uplift, hurricanes, earthquakes, tremors, volcanic eruptions and tsunami - all part of this Kingdom's geography.
This sink hole stunned me.
But in other images is the evidence of the uninterrupted fetch for thousands of Km that creates the free waves that arrive against the coast, passing across the Tonga Trench before reaching the islands. Then, in silence, they encounter the vertical cliffs and EXPLODE!
~~~ Ian ~~~
beegood, on September 25, 2010, said:
Suppose the dimensions of events on this spot are far beyond wht we humans can comprehend ~ not intellectually abuat in terms of Creation, aren't they...
~~~ Maja ~~~
Ian Stehbens, on September 27, 2010, said:
Yes indeed. I was stunned by its depth and its vertical walls. (Two days earlier my mother had walked up here 2km, and down to this vantage point - and I thought she had simply gone for a short walk along the road through the forest!!)
It is yet another awesome gem, Maja.
beegood, on October 2, 2010, said:
Unbelievable, I admire your mom every day more, she must be incredibly fit! It's the power of love that renders so much strength I think....
~ Maja ~
Ian Stehbens, on October 12, 2010, said:
Hi Maja, I think it might be partly the genes she wears! I like to hope that she has passed some of them on to me. How is the new term shaping up?
Winrose, on February 12, 2011, said:
And I saw that before you did, Ian!
Ian Stehbens, on February 12, 2011, said:
You did indeed, and I had no idea how far you had gone or the dangerous place you had been!! It certainly stunned me when I saw this shaft!!
Mirka Schärfnerová, on March 18, 2011, said:
Thank you for the excellent description of your photos! L + FP
Ian Stehbens, on March 23, 2011, said:
Greetings Mirka. I enjoy providing information to go with many of my photos, for it enriches the viewer's encounter with the place. I am very pleased by your encouragement to continue.
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