Blowhole near Rams Tor, Gower
Blowholes are formed as sea caves extend landwards and upwards into vertical shafts which are eventually exposed to the surface. Our coastline is littered with them but the kind of display seen above is reliant on a suitable tide and a fair bit of luck. On this occasion we were fortunate enough to have both.
As you've seen the recent weather has certainly provided some interesting experiences, but please can we have a calmer time next week?