Torndirrup National Park lies in the Great Southern Region of Western Australia, only 10km south of Albany. Here on this impressive wind swept rugged coastline lies a coastal national park that features a number of wave-carved formations including the Natural Bridge, The Gap and the Blowholes. The coastal heathland gives way to massive outcrops of granite, sheer cliffs and steep sandy slopes and dunes. The Torndirrup coast is notorious for accidents, with large waves, gusting winds or huge swell. The Aboriginal traditional owners of this land are the Wagyl Kaip people.
This landscape view was taken near the Natural Bridge, looking West past the bay and out towards the headland beyond. The rugged windswept terrain is evident in this shot and the emphasis is on the flora and topography of the area, The granite outcrops in the foreground and the path leads your eye to the glimmer of blue sea beyond, barely visible on the horizon.
Location - Torndirrup National Park, Western Australia
Aspect Shown - Panoramic
Product Code - FP17160P
Camera Specifications: Canon EOS 5DS-R, EF 16-35mm f/2.8L USM, Focal Length: 16mm, ISO 100, MM: Pattern, Exp: 1/100@f/8