Swift Bay tunnel

This was the last shot from our morning’s excursions at Swift Bay when I was out with Christian and Jen Fletcher.

It was a beautiful morning to be out watching the sunrise and to end the walk in the little cavern was a nice way to end up.

At high tide the cavern is completely underwater and you can see the years of erosion showing on the sandstone layers, together with the patterns in the sand. A few bats also live in here as well, just to add to the mood when walking through!

19 thoughts on “Swift Bay tunnel

  1. What great colours! Looks much better large too. You need to get yourself a blog template that showcases larger photos Mark. The thumbnails don’t do landscape photos any justice at all.

      1. It doesn’t have to be full res. Your thumbnails presently link to larger versions anyway, so all you need to do is tweak your styles (or have Flemming do it for you) so it displays the larger one (1024px or 800px across?) instead of crunching it to 300 px wide.

        1. The thumbnail is generated by WordPress and is a separate picture, only 300px wide – because size ‘medium’ has been chosen when the media was inserted in the post, not ‘original’. No style tweaking will fix that šŸ™‚

          However, I have adjusted the size of ‘Medium’ media so image thumbnails are now 600px wide (the width of the blog) so they’ll now look awesome big and nice even without clicking on the full-size file.

          1. Yeah and that was actually Flemming logged in as Mark writing the above. Oh the power I wield.

            (have done that quite a few times on the blog I admin for people … forgetting to log out šŸ™‚

            Btw it will only work on future posts.

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