The last day of the Whale Trail involves a very short walk, but what it lacks in distance it certainly compensates-for in aesthetics. It is photographic wonderland. The sandstone rocks along the sea have been eroded into wonderful shapes.
Long shelves of rock project far out to sea creating bizarre meeting places of calm and rough
I enjoy this photograph. On forst impression it appears to be a meteorological photograph of our planet, taken from outer space and showing developing weather patterns. But in fact it is a picture of an Oystercatcher!
At times it feels as if one is walking across the canvas of a surreal Salvador Dali painting and I kept expecting to see giant flaccid pocketwatches draped over the rocks
And this last photograph also reminds me of an aerial view – perhaps of The Okavango Delta, whereas it is in fact the shallow water on a rock shelf with protruding rock below.