This is the view over Coles Bay towards The Hazards. The images in a previous post were taken from the highest point on this line if hills.
In the dim and distance past a mass of race was pushed up from deep within the Earth. It found some weaknesses in the sedimentary stone above it and formed domes of cooling granite. Over the long ages the over lying rock was worn away by time and even ice. The domes, being made of sterner stuff resisted the hand of time and now stand clear of their overburden. I think they look like the knuckles of a fist, punching its way to the surface.
I could look at this view for a very long time.
When you swan in the water it was like you floating in nothing - just being held up some unseen hand. Its a remarkable place.
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