Thursday, 20 May 2010

National Park


To me, these rocks say Noosa National Park.   There are no others like them on the Sunshine Coast, and one day soon I must learn a bit more about the geology behind their presence.


© Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia

2 comments:

Annie said...

Oh, come on, all the rocks on all the beaches are terrific, for example, the ones at Shelley Beach can absorb me for hours, and also the ones at the Caloundra headland! Now that is not to say I don't like the ones at Noosa too, but I think you should give the ones at Shelley Beach a good check out and a fair chance!

;-)

The flat ones that you can walk on at the northern end of Shelley Beach are so interesting, what with all the rock pools and all...you can just tell there must have been lava there a long time ago, surely.

Joan Elizabeth said...

The shine from water on rocks always appeals to me ... these ones look like big river stones.