The last of the beach pictures: weathered rocks at Cape Conran.
If you take off from the right end of the beach (facing sea-ward) there’s a nice boardwalk put up by the local Aboriginal band with write-ups on the landscape and wildlife and people. There are a lot of shellfish here that people ate (still eat?), what I like about them is that they weather away into interesting flowerlike shapes. The water’s beautiful, the shells are beautiful, but I liked these rocks too.
I moronically left the camera set at ISO 800 for a whole day and thus got a bunch of fairly-grainy shots; but in this case I like the effect. The sky was indeed colourless.
Comment feed for ongoing:
From: Joel (Feb 01 2007, at 10:49)
Glad to know I'm not the only person who forgets to reset the ISO.
& thanks for all the Aussie snaps.