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The banks of Lake Clifton have some very interesting natural formations called Thrombolites. Created over millions if years, these are belived to to have produced the first oxygen source to make the planet habitable for plants and animals. They can grow up to 1 metre in diameter, and sink into the mud up to 1 metre also. They grow up to 1mm per year.. Amazing landscape, and well worth a visit!!

Lake Clifton, Yalgorup National Park, Western Australia, Australia.

Phase One 645, P65+, Phase One 28mm Prime.

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lake, clifton, western, australia, thrombolite, fields, adam, gormley, white, patches, nature, natural, sand, wa, phase, one, p65, coral, rocks, landscape, waterscape, perth, yalgorup, national, park

Comments

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderover 2 years ago

    Fantastic, I have only been there once and it was too windy to capture these. Just love this shot

  • Jeannine St-Amour
    Jeannine St-Amourover 2 years ago

    That is so cool and a fantastic shot!

  • DeeZ (D L Honeycutt)
    DeeZ (D L Hone...over 2 years ago

    EXCELLENT!

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  • Linda Bianic
    Linda Bianicover 2 years ago

    Wow,, these are cool!! Love the low pov and composition, well done Adam!

  • Michael Matthews
    Michael Matthewsover 2 years ago

    Wow .. how cool is that. Love it.

  • Felix Haryanto
    Felix Haryantoover 2 years ago

    Amazing and unique landscape!

  • Sue  Fellows
    Sue Fellowsover 2 years ago

    Amazing image, Adam… :-))

  • torjoh
    torjohover 2 years ago

    Great shot Adam!

  • Arfan Habib
    Arfan Habibover 2 years ago

    Fabulous capture Adam!

  • Phillip Weyers
    Phillip Weyersover 2 years ago

    Very beautiful… nicely captured.

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