One of Rainbow Coasts most visited natural land formation and tourist attraction, is the Natural Bridge in Torndirrup National Park. Situated a short drive from Albany in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. This granite rock formation is the result wave erosion that has slowly worn away and dislodged the underlying rock, forming what you see today, a natural bridge of granite rock. An impressive sight, especially on a windy day when the swell is up and the waves crash through the gap below. Only a few years ago visitors were frequently seen walking on the bridge, a dangerous game by any standards. Gladly Parks and Wildlife have clamped down on this perilous pursuit and you can only view it from the safety of the path.
This photograph was taken in early January when the weather was warm and the ocean was calm. The subtle colours of the granite rock and wide depth of field draw your eye to discover every part of this photograph. Another visit during the winter months, would be a great addition to this collection. Watch this space.
Location - The Natural Bridge, Torndirrup National Park, Albany, Western Australia
Aspect Shown - Rectangle / Custom Size
Product Code - FP17170R
Camera Specifications: Canon EOS 5DS-R, EF 16-35mm f/2.8L USM, Focal Length: 28mm, ISO 200, MM: Pattern, Exp: 1/500@f/8