Friday, December 19, 2008

Limestone Cliffs

Erosion's force becomes clear in these limestone cliffs in Port Campbell National Park, Australia. About five million years ago the area was a limestone plateau, but as sea levels rose the effects of surf and rain began to carve out these magnificent cliffs, along with stacks and arches.

Photograph by Sam Abell

4 comments:

Cate said...

Cee... time and force makes beautiful things...

You have lots of ocean today...

Bleutiful...

Let's go sailing...

theceelist@gmail.com said...

Cate , u love sailing.:)We should..lol

Cate said...

Wind pushing us around...

Windpush!

Cee...oui...Cee...

theceelist@gmail.com said...

Cate, don't get 2 close 2 the edge Cate..lk OMG..lol