When we were away in the last school holidays we visited the 12 Apostles, which are a set of sea stacks in Port Campbell National Park. These stack are a bit of an icon of this stretch of the coast and as a result are very well known and photographed. Such places pose a challenge - because a access is limited and the viewpoints are, well, viewpoints.
This is a very active landscape - with lots of erosion. One of the larger stacks collapsed in 2005 - now that would have beeb a photograph! As far as I know there were never 12 stacks here at the time it was given its biblically flavoured name - either somebody had skipped a few too many maths classes or they got over excited!
The two piles of rock in the foreground of the picture above are all thats left of the stack that collapsed in 2005!
You can see that the rock in this area is being eroded from top and bottom.
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