Photographer's Note

The large granite rock is commonly known as Whale rock, for obvious reasons. On this morning I found it beneath moon.

The southernmost point of the Australian mainland, Wilsons Promontory (affectionately known to Victorians as 'the Prom') is arguably the most loved national park in Victoria. Its 130 km coastline is framed by granite headlands, mountains, forests and fern gullies. Tidal River, 30 km inside the park boundary, is the focus for tourism and recreation. The park contains the largest coastal wilderness area in Victoria.

Along the northern bank of Tidal River are some large granite boulders. The orange colouration is caused by lichen growing on the rock.

Scanned from a slide

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Additional Photos by Stephen Harnett (SteveH) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 414 W: 101 N: 1224] (7830)
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