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Pirate Bay Lookout

and those clouds...

sunny 23 °C

Tasman National Park Lookout shows a lot of features created in the last 6000 years when the sea reached it's modern level.
About 2,000 years ago the sea was as much as 120 meters lower.
During glaciation and the melting of the glaciers sea-levels rise. High sea-levels in the ancient past have eroded caves high in the cliffs at Pirates Bay.
This shorelines hides some of the landforms shown in the next feew blogs: Tesselated Pavement, The Nlowhole, Tasmans Arch, and Devils Kitchen.

This photo shows an amazing moving cloud formation over the mountain.

Posted by charlystyles 02:54 Archived in Australia

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