in Glitter, Sparkle and Shine 05-11-2012
Camera: Canon EOS 400D, Lens: @ 17mm, ISO: 100, Aperture: f22, Shutter: 1/60
Taken during a break in a storm over the Bay of Martyrs, near Peterborough on the Great Ocean Road of Victoria, Australia. The Bay of Martyrs is an open, 2.5 km long, south-west facing bay containing numerous reefs and sea stacks. The shoreline is composed predominantly of 10 m high, red limestone bluffs. Within the bay are several smaller bays and beaches, two of which are named Massacre Bay and Crofts Bay. The main Bay of Martyrs Beach lies at the eastern end of the bay. It is 500 m long, faces south-west and is backed by a mixture of irregular bluffs and dunes, with the Great Ocean Road just behind.