Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Limestone Coast (Part 2)
While we were in Beachport, we took a drive through Beachport Conservation Park. The park consists of Limestone cliffs, secluded sandy bays all backed by dune systems. The cliffs have some wonderful shapes carved into the limestone by centuries of erosion due to the wind blown sand and salt. This looked like it may have been a fossilised root And this one possibly a shell This one reminded me of a giant turtle's head, complete with eye and mouth.