Big Rock

Saxa was asking me about the rock that appears in a lot of my shots from the beach. i consider it my anchor in the landscape. This morning the supermoon was creating a super low tide,so I took the opportunity to get a good closeup with golden hour light on its face. . you can see the ring-around-the-bath effect showing the normal tidal level. This is the biggest of several rocks that stick out of the water, it sits off the end of a Point of land and was once connected, it has trees on it as you can see and apparently rare skinks dwell there that cant survive on the mainland due to predation.
Wow great detail... and great rock
posted December 4th, 2017  
Big Rock with trees.
posted December 4th, 2017  
I have learnt to look at that ring around the bath shade too - just about everywhere in the world! Quite different now. Maybe not here with your low tide. Nice curl of the waves!
posted December 4th, 2017  
Very impressive!
posted December 4th, 2017  
That is huge!
posted December 4th, 2017  
Impressive mass of rock coming out of the water! Great shot - I love skinks they are so cute to me :)
posted December 4th, 2017  
What a beauty, she is. This is lovely.
posted December 4th, 2017  
That's a serious bit of rock!
posted December 4th, 2017  
Amazing how life clings on
posted December 4th, 2017  
Great geological structure, the left side different than the right. When in your seascapes this rock is mysterious, looming out of the water like something unapproachable/unreachable. Shot like this it is more 'scientific', geologically interesting and as an island interesting for it's natural life.
posted December 4th, 2017  
You me this is a"challenge"picture.: it says "hey, come out here and climb me! Visit the skinks!" (Not that i really wasn't tho, but that's what i thought about, staring at the picture.
posted December 4th, 2017  
it really does make an overwhelming impression
posted December 5th, 2017  
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