I drove to Kiama on Wednesday 19th August to photograph the famous lighthouse and blowhole, and came away with half the job done: the blowhole was inactive because the wind was blowing in the wrong direction.
The day was otherwise excellent: the drive was very pleasant, the sky was mostly clear, there was a light breeze and the winter’s day unseasonably warm. I dined al fresco on john dory and chips at the Saltwater Café in the main shopping precinct.
Kiama Lighthouse, Blowhole Point, Kiama, New South Wales, S 34° 40.298′, E 150° 51.730′. Exhibited 1887.
Camera: Pentax K100D Super.
Lens: Pentax DA 16-45mm F4.0 ED