The Pinnacles at Nambung National Park Western Australia by Leonie Mac Lean
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The Pinnacles at Nambung National Park have just become my favourite new place to be. It is such an amazing location. Very ancient. I could have spent days there but unfortunately only had two days up in the area.
There are various theories on how the pinnacles were formed, but basically they are made out of limestone deposits over a very, very long time.
Awesome spot and easy to get to, now that we have the new coastal highway.
Just 15 kilometres south of Cervantes where the also awesome Golden Orb Spider lives.So on your next trip to WA it’s a ‘must see’ place to go.
Taken with my Canon 5D and wide angle lens.

I love to bushwalk and take photographs of the wildflowers & coastline along the way.
I also make Photomontages in Photoshop & t-shirt designs.
Check out my “Tees for Charity” folder, all net proceeds go to Princess Margaret Childrens Hospital in Perth Western Australia.
Enjoy!

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  • dgscotland
    dgscotlandalmost 2 years ago

    Like a different planet Leonie.

    Clicking the banner takes you to the group….please enjoy it.

  • Yes, it does have that feel to the area. I really enjoyed walking around it a fair bit. It had been terrible weather the few days before and we still had showers. Lucky to get some nice bits of sunshine in between. I liked having the clouds though.

    – Leonie Mac Lean

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