Seascapes from south Western Australia
The coastline of the south western corner of Australia is buffeted by weather and waves coming in from vast expances of open water in the Indian and Southern oceans. The coastline is made up of rugged rocky shores and peacful white sandy beaches. The weather systems arriving from Antartica bring spectacular cloud formations and wild seas providing viewers with awsome displays of natures power and beauty. Here are a few images from the region that show the beauty and contrasts to be found.
© Trevor Lundstrom
Castle Rock is a rocky outcrop south west of Dunsborough, Western Australia where Geographe Bay ends and the rugged weather worn coastline of Australias far south west begins. This treacherous section of coast from Cape Naturaliste extends south to Cape Leeuwin near the small town of Augusta approximately 100 kilometres away.