Monday, May 27

The Weekly Frame - Landscape from the Land Down Under

The glowing limestone rock formations along the southern coast of Victoria in Australia are an amazing sight at the golden hour before sunset. They have been formed by the fierce waves of the Southern Ocean constantly eroding the soft limestone coast, forming caves, then arches and finally stacks, popularly called as Apostles.
Shot near the Loch Ard Gorge in Port Campbell National Park, Australia

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