along the Headland Loop track. This is a particularly popular area
for whale watching.
closer to the beach. The water along the west coast
always seems really clean and crystal clear, even after
an offshore storm.
getting closer still.
stood at this point for ages just watching the sets roll in and break
we continued our way further down towards the beach we came across
a distinctly different area known as "The Other Side Of The
Moon". It is a barren, windswept area of limestone outcrop,
possibly once a coral reef with all the hollow twisted worm-like
limestone pieces scattered acoss the surface. For a really cool
perspective of this site visit http://www.mastery.com.au/qt/panos/moonwalk.html.
However to run this site quicktime needs to be installed.
down on the beach.
out to sea.
the beach, with not another soul around, except perhaps the souls
from the ships wrecked offshore from this headland.
heading back after hours of exploring the coastline. And not a
moment to soon as the clouds forming offshore started to make
their way inland.
the video stream by clicking on the picture above to
see how fast the storm was approaching. Note Shane is
strolling along in the bottom right hand corner of the