A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Wednesday, 8 July 2009

Views of Point Cartwright
5 of 5

As we walk around the rocks to the part that's more exposed to the full force of the ocean, the smaller rocks disappear, and the surface becomes a solid mass, interspersed with puddles and rockpools.

No, this isn't the last of the Point Cartwright Views, but I thought I'd stop numbering them before I got to double figures.

Pt Cartwright

Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia


Julie said...

Is that a gas tank? I thought they were only inner-city delights? What is that fatter structure?

bitingmidge said...

I'm sorry, I thought I'd described it previously. Perhaps I have in a post yet to be posted.

It's a water tank. The Point is the highest bit of land for miles around, so it makes sense on the one hand.

On the other, try getting approval for a home unit development of that bulk in a similar location, no matter how spectacular the architecture.

Amy said...

wow those rocks are awesome!

Lois said...

Keep posting them! I am really enjoying this series.

Annie said...

Great beach shots! Love them! I love walking along the rocks at the beach.

Anonymous said...

your photos make my heart ache, they are so beautiful. My husband and son are in Australia on the Sunshine Coast now, and I am stuck in America working. Thanks!

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