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The Grotto is perhaps the most enchanting of all the rock formations in this part of Australia along the Great Ocean Road . Part-blowhole, part-archway, part-cave, it offers a peaceful place to enjoy the sea views and soak in the wonderful things nature is capable of.

The Grotto at the Great Ocean Road

Standing about halfway up the cliff from the sea level, the geological formation is reachable via a decked staircase that leads down from the viewing platform at the top. You can either view the wonder from above, or head down and explore it at eye-level.

Inside, the Grotto is filled with smooth boulders and serene rock pools that have been carved out of the limestone. For the best view, look into the Grotto from the lower viewing platform, where you can see the horizon, the pools, and the jutting rock formations in one go.

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Sunday Stills, the next challenge: Shorelines

This one is great, I have hundreds of pictures of shorelines. Love to  share these,

I will add shores from various places…all just as beautiful.

These first ones are from Finland – the last one to showing what we moving towards slowly – winter.

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Cyprus has beautiful shorelines also – and that sea – the color …so so beautiful

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Sri Lanka had some lovely beaches  and the shorelines

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The white sand in Thailand…the sea.

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