Weekly Photo Challenge – Forces of Nature

Coolangatta Australia
Snapper Rocks, Coolangatta, Australia

 

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Forces of Nature.”

In Australia, a country aged by the wind, sun and sea, we see many examples of nature’s work and Forces of Nature.

I am drawn to the sea, as most of us are, who cling to the more hospitable coastal regions of Australia for hearth and home.

The limestone structures that survive, here on Australia’s southern coastline, defy wind, rain, tempest and frothing sea and are an example of natural endurance against the continual pounding of the ocean and are geologically, if not also aesthetically, interesting.

The Arch, Great Ocean Road, Australia

Gog and Magog, Great Ocean Road, Australia
Gog and Magog, Great Ocean Road, Australia
Australia
London Bridge – that fell down stranding tourists

Captured on a very basic Auto focus camera, with the exception of the first photograph, taken with a Nexus 4 and edited with Picasa.

The forces of nature – Something to Ponder About

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11 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge – Forces of Nature

  1. I love coastal landscapes and you have some awesome limestone formations here. Powerful forces of Nature, indeed, to create these. I should think those tourists were terrified when “London Bridge” fell down! Great photos,

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  2. What marvelous photos. Hope you had a great trip down by the coast. Don’t know if I’ll be going down the beaches or coastal areas in Victoria anytime soon. Winter is coming and it can get quite blowy over there.

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