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South West Cape Fri 13/11/09 33 photos, 2.87Mb

PostPosted: Sat 19 Dec, 2009 4:25 pm
by tasadam
From my South West Cape circuit, here are some images from day 3.
Friday 13/11/09
New Harbour to Hidden Bay, with Mt Melaleuca side trip

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Re: South West Cape Fri 13/11/09 33 photos, 2.87Mb

PostPosted: Sat 19 Dec, 2009 7:29 pm
by Nick S
seems like you missed bringing a surfboard along! some nice wave shots there

Re: South West Cape Fri 13/11/09 33 photos, 2.87Mb

PostPosted: Sat 19 Dec, 2009 7:51 pm
by davehenderson
Stunning shots :D , what an incredible place this is, thanks so much!!
Dave

Re: South West Cape Fri 13/11/09 33 photos, 2.87Mb

PostPosted: Tue 13 Apr, 2010 4:13 pm
by lexharris
I like that cloud shot. Great mood.

Re: South West Cape Fri 13/11/09 33 photos, 2.87Mb

PostPosted: Thu 07 Nov, 2013 5:51 pm
by Swifty
Wow, those ripple marks on the rock (photo 11) are very cool!

Re: South West Cape Fri 13/11/09 33 photos, 2.87Mb

PostPosted: Fri 08 Nov, 2013 12:16 pm
by tasadam
Swifty wrote:Wow, those ripple marks on the rock (photo 11) are very cool!
Yes, apparently the sea bed from some millions of years ago, or something like that, so I was told.
Saw them again a year ago too, such a magnificent place.

Re: South West Cape Fri 13/11/09 33 photos, 2.87Mb

PostPosted: Fri 08 Nov, 2013 5:40 pm
by Swifty
tasadam wrote:
Swifty wrote:Wow, those ripple marks on the rock (photo 11) are very cool!
Yes, apparently the sea bed from some millions of years ago, or something like that, so I was told.
Saw them again a year ago too, such a magnificent place.


That's right Adam. So those ripples were what was on top of the sand formed by currents in the shallow sea where the sediment was laid down, I think those rocks are Adelaidean, so say around 800 million years ago. There was a similar outcrop on the Scotts Peak Road which I visited during my geology course, but although I have been back there several times since, I have been unable to find it again.

Well, as I said I think they are cool! But then geo's get excited about small things sometimes! :oops: