I am not sure as to why this headland is called Dark Point Aboriginal Place.
From what little I’ve read, this is a culturally significant location for The Worimi people.
I should learn more about the location and, considering I plan on visiting it again sooner rather than later, will do more learning.
I think it is important to better understand the significance of locations to Indigenous peoples so as to better show respect and appreciation for both them and the landscape.
So here’s an image of Dark Point Aboriginal Place as seen from the Hawks Nest Dunes. I like how vegetated the headland is, as well as the little stretch of vegetation that appears to be connected to the headland. It makes for a nice contrast against the dune and shows the spread of vegetation nicely.
The headland doesn’t feel lonely or isolated; rather it feels quite accessible and belonging without losing its image.
I also like that the clouds add a slightly dramatic feel to the image without taking away from the scene.
I hope you enjoy.