This preserve gets its name from what the waves do when then encounter the rocks especially at high tide during rough seas.
The formations are comprised of craggy limestone with holes in it. During rough seas, waves can spurt in the air upwards of 50 feet.
Look closely at the right and you can see the relative size of the wave compared to the man at the top of the cliff.
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