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Part of a wall as seen near Balmain. What I like about this is how the wall seems to have been cobbled together from various bits of sandstone that don’t necessarily fit together. Maybe it’s not the case; maybe this … Continue reading
Another photo of this wind eroded cave. I really liked being at this cave as it had a fair bit of variation in its surface. This image in particular I find interesting due to the vertical layering of colour. This … Continue reading
Another photo of the same rock area eroded by wind as in these photos. I’m not sure as to what has happened here. I think there may have been some major impact from some sort of liquid, but I’m not … Continue reading
This was taken at the same location as this photo, and I’m not sure as to why I didn’t share it then. I like how the colours have come through in this one. I think they work really well with … Continue reading
I like this photo, but I’m not sure if it was worth the risk, but anyway. I like the pattern in the rock, as well as how it appears in contrast to the valley. The light on the rock is … Continue reading
This is part of a cave that was eroded by wind, or at least that is what I’ve surmised from what I’ve read. I like how the layers are revealed as you get a sense of different periods of time … Continue reading
Some more erosion stuff. I like that in geological structures, the erosion produces some interesting patterns and textures. In this one I especially like that the erosion seems to invoke some sort of scene. I think that it’s distinct enough … Continue reading
A photo taken close to a waterfall. I think that the patterns in this rock are interesting. I’m guessing that the formation of the ripples in the rock are from lava cooling, but it’s merely a guess. I think that … Continue reading
Great patterns that look as they are a flow appear to move on down the rock as the ocean spreads out as far as the eye can see. I really like the pattern and detail on the cliff top in … Continue reading
Patterns in a rock platform. Caused by erosion. Water contrasts with geology. It almost looks like river flow. I hope you enjoy.