B&W Photo Contest Theme: Travel ~ Tom and Eva

in bwphotocontest •  19 days ago

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Two limestone stacks that stand at sea, as solitary as they are together
Known as Tom and Eva, they were 'created' when a part of Island Arch fell, leaving only these two outcrops standing
They are named for two teenage survivors of the
Loch Ard shipwreck of 1878;
Loch Ard Gorge itself, named after the unfortunate ship is nearby
These are some of the more well-known sights that are still standing at the
Great Ocean Road of Victoria, Australia
Sad to think that some day, all these will stand no more when erosion finally claims them


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Looks amazing @ackhoo

Great photo

This can inspire me to compose some music :-)

Regards and keep up the good work in photography

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With pleasure @ackhoo

Funny to see that you're answering on this photo that i've comment the other days :-) but not on the new one, today :-) But it's cool

Stay in touch

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Regards

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Hahaha... I've finally had some time to take turns with replies... Thanks for much for keeping up!

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Cool @ackhoo

Let's not forget to upvote vice versa on our blogs ;-)

Ciao

Yes they won’t survive one day, but others will form elsewhere in the world. Such is the natural cycle of the wind; water and heat. Nature just recycle old things.... but since human life span is so tiny we fail to realize it.

Excellent shot!

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Thank you! :)
Perhaps not so much that we fail to realise it as we are only present in that one small moment in time... I remember this from one of the info boards there, further on down the coast. You might like and appreciate this:

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Well some of the “single crystal zircon”s (wink, wink) dated from here are 4 billion years old :)

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@ewkaw!! You have a big rock in Australia!! 😲

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Is she collecting rocks too?? 😮 They have many many biggGGGG rocks there! 😊

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Very nice! I hope to visit Melbourne again soon and go back to the Great Ocean Road.

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Thank you!! Me too! It's breath-taking, isn't it?!! :)

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