Wow - it looks really nice and warm out there!Happy holidays!
Spectacular! Your photo has a very inviting feel. All the steps and tiers make this a most unique swimming hole! Enjoy these last few days of 2010!
These last two posts make me want to move to Sydney.
What a lovely spot for a pool! Love this shot.
Ah - summer! Enjoy!
This is a spectacular ocean pool. Great shot.
Oh, wow, what a delightful scene. Is the pool water warmer, perhaps? We sure could use some warm, sunny, beach-type weather up here in Seattle. Days are only about 8 hours long right now.
Amazing sight ! Please have a good Wednesday.
Sara, yes the water in the pool is usually warmer than the ocean.
My word that is a beautiful place! What I wouldn't give to be there right now instead of freezing cold New Hampshire!
Oh wow, that's so beautiful!My watery Wednesday
Is Bronte in any way related to Emily Bronte? It looks wonderful!!! I've wanted to spend time in Australia since I was a child...I will someday!
Very pretty. Looks nice and refreshing.
Andrea, the suburb took its name from Bronte House, a property in the area built by Robert Lowe, who became Viscount Sherbrooke. It had been named for Lord Horatio Nelson, who was the Duke of Bronte, a place in Sicily, Italy. The bay here is called Nelson Bay.
Wow...looks really warm and inviting! Happy holidays.
What a great venue for bathing! Heck, I could sit there and just admire the scenery for hours!Have a very happy New Year!
this is a fabulous pool! perfect for people who are afraid of swimming in the ocean.:p
It's nice to see this when we are n the full of winter. Allow us just a bit of envy...
Wow, it's lovely. The water looks so inviting.
wow! i want to take a deep there :)
Great, i like it. Nice article.
I definitely want to visit Bronte Beach and Baths when I go to Sydney! Super. And thanks for coming by my blogs.LevonneA Camp Host Housewife's Meanderings: An RV Adventure & Levonne's Pretty Pics
It would nice to be there now!!! Luzia is wishing you peace, prosperity and health for 2011.
In this weather a nice place to be.
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