While travelling around Tasmania we stopped the car miles from any civilisation to cool down,and we spied a board partly hidden by long grasses which read `Fossil Cove`We decided to have a look ,but the track was very overgrown and made walking a huge distance very tiring.Eventually we came down to the sea and saw some spectacular sights.
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dta (51334) 2012-05-01 12:52
Hello Galdys ,
These are beautiful rocks . What is the most stunning , here , is the clear part in the middle . At first glance , I thought it was a cave , but it seems to be a lit rocks in front of the cliffs , i'm not sure .
But why is the sky so grainy ?
PaulVDV (15017) 2012-05-01 13:20
Beautiful shot of a wonderful coastline.
I guess one can spent days hiking there, climbing through holes in the rocks and discovering new
Good POV, excellent composition.
Best regards, Paul
tyro (13043) 2012-05-01 16:07
This looks really quite spectacular and, when I first saw it (and before I realised where it was), I immediately thought of Durdle Door which is probably not that terribly far from where you are right now!
I like the diagonal lines of the strata of the rocks in the cliff face and also the "steps" in the foreground. That archway just invites you to go along the beach and walk through it - did you do that?
Lovely colours and contrasts, perfect exposure and good details and sharpness too. Perhaps just a pity that the sky is so grainy but, then, that's not the focal point of this picture anyway - shame on me ever to mention anything about any possible shortcomings of your trusty Minolta!
An interesting note - and even more interesting considering that Les has also just uploaded a picture of a geological feature from Tasmania!
Miguel82 (7717) 2012-05-02 4:34
fine colors and excellent sharpness
GREGG (8243) 2012-05-02 5:52
nice piece of Tasmania's coastline, beautiful rock formations.
I do not like to see in the sky,
look at the line of trees and sky -
too aggressive digital processing in Adobe,
jmdias (45776) 2012-05-24 3:01
amazing view. I liked the tilted slopes that let us imagine how was the place millions of years ago. nice details of the rocks and these eucaliptus. TFS.