I have spent many weekends on the rugged coastline of Cape Leeuwin National Park. The boulders are worn with age into beautiful shapes, some are cracked and balance precariously on each other. The Melaleuca trees are blown by the ocean winds into twisted shapes. Their dark mysterious groves shelter many creatures from the buffeting winds. This print was done after exploring the shoreline near Canal Rocks.
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