West coast of South Island, NZ. No one photo can describe quite the complexity of either the rocks, or the tunnels and (violent wave action containing) sea caves.

Posted by jj on Fri, 06/01/18 05:02
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Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Fri, 06/01/18 12:10

I sure would not want to be traveling through a landscape such as this. I've seen similar images from other areas of the world created by similar forces of nature. Pancake rocks is a very appropriate name for this rock formation.

Comments by Jeff Dye on Fri, 06/01/18 13:27

Fantastic foreground of texture and patterns into an excellent composition. I hope you
get some more comments but with the condition this site is in you may have to settle for

Comments by Sandi MacDonald on Fri, 06/01/18 18:05

Very interesting landscape. Good comp.;-)

Comments by Gerry Vrbensky on Sat, 06/02/18 08:55

Mother Nature's creativity never ceases to amaze. Thanks for sharing.

Comments by Harry Liston on Sun, 06/03/18 12:29

Those sea caves must be enormous, considering their distance. Not a boat in sight.