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Weathered Rock

Saw this at a beach, as evidenced by the appearance of sand, and waves, and ocean… Why did I state that? It’s rather obvious. Anyway, I saw this and tried to get a photo that captured it well. I feel … Continue reading

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An Open Space for a Rocky Landscape

The same location as seen in these photos. I like the “rough flatness”, as well as the feeling of the area being open. The small pools of water reflect the sky quite nicely, and there are a few interesting formations … Continue reading

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Coastal Platform

It’s been a while since I last took a photo of a rock platform. The angle of this photo diminishes the power of the waves a little bit, but the scene overall has a nice balance between the water and … Continue reading

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Semi Detached Point

I don’t know why this particular place is called Semi Detached Point. It doesn’t seem semi-detached so perhaps there is another reason. Maybe it is but it isn’t obvious. Anyway… The cabins near this place have a bit of history … Continue reading

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Spray Reaches for the Cliff

The same location as this one, but a different angle and a different period of time. This was taken whilst “Waiting” for some surveying equipment to dry which gave the group I was part of an excuse to have a … Continue reading

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The Tide Meets the Rocks

I believe the tide was classified as low at the juncture in time this image was taken. The colour of the water contrasts quite a bit against the colour of the rocks and rock oysters, I think. A few different … Continue reading

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A View from Sugarloaf Point

This was taken earlier in the year during what was hopefully the last time I spend time at Smith Lake for a field trip. Now that I think about, it was a pretty decent field trip, but I digress. Here … Continue reading

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Kiama Blowhole

One of the two blowholes at Kiama. This is the larger one. Given the right weather and tide level, this is something that becomes pretty powerful and “Wild“. I think that this photo gives a bit of an idea of … Continue reading

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Behind the Wall

When this shot was taken, The Cataract Dam’s water level had been going down for a while. I like that you can see how much of an impact on the landscape a dam can have. Some of the stuff here … Continue reading

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Over the Edge

This is a waterfall near Knights Hill. Although this image is a bit busy, I still like the level of detail. I also like that even though you can’t see the water falling, it is still clear where that part … Continue reading

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