Whilst in Tasmania last October we did a stack of walking and exploring. This spot, however was quite close to our home base in Binalong Bay in the Bay of Fires. From St Helens we headed out to the St Helens Conservation Area and explored the entire peninsula. We nearly drove past the little dirt road that lead here, but had earlier set a rule that we basically take every turn off that looks even half ascent. We were never disappointed, and out of all the little roads we took that day, this was one of the best. These granite boulders covered in Lichen were huge and more dramatic than we had seen at other spots already. We even climbed on top and took some shots from above. The rockpools made the scene even more interesting to explore. You can see many other shots from Tasmania here. [The name and white border will appear as part of the final print, however the website watermark will not appear.]
Taken at St Helen, Bay of Fires, Tasmania, Australia.
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