As promised I’ve pulled together a couple of clips from our walk along the Glamorgan Heritage Coast earlier this week. The first captures probably the largest ‘blow’ we witnessed which included at least three separate blowholes doing what they do best. The second shows what I count as the classic blowhole, a small opening positioned way up on the cliffs. Despite the wind I’ve just about managed to capture its sheer volume as air is forced out from an underground cavern below. Turn your speakers up high! Finally we have a longer wide shot which hopefully captures more of the general atmosphere and will serve as a good reminder to myself of an excellent day out.


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