Southern Ocean's Might

This was taken on my recent trip to Wilsons Promontory National Park which is a narrow piece of land protruding deep into the Southern Ocean and marking the southern most land point of the Australian mainland.
As such, this area is exposed to frequent cold fronts of air originating directly in the Antarctica and in the path of so called roaring forties.
The image tries to capture some of this weather as it occurred in mid spring which can showcase all seasons in a single day.

Canon 70D, F14, 1/60, ISO400

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A beautiful scene, Ismar.

Thanks - that was a very quick reply :slight_smile:

Love the mid tones on the rocks here and the sea colors.