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This beautiful full colour photograph is presented by Josephine Caruana of Jo. C. Photography. Taken along the world famous tourist hot s...

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boxbrowney Josephine Caruana, Sydney, Australia
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Title 12 Apostles No.2
Caption This beautiful full colour photograph is presented by Josephine Caruana of Jo. C. Photography. Taken along the world famous tourist hot spot The Great Ocean Road Victoria this area is know is part of Port Campbell National Park. Among the wonderful sites that you can visit are The Twelve Apostles, Gibson Steps, Loch Ard Gorge, London Arch, The Bay of Island, The Grotto, Castle Cove and Bay of Martyrs. How they were formed was by erosion: the harsh and extreme weather conditions from the Southern Ocean gradually eroded the soft limestone to form caves in the cliffs, which then became arches, which in turn collapsed; leaving rock stacks up to 45 metres high. Now because of this erosion there are less than ten remaining. The site was known as the “Sow and Piglets” until 1922 (Muttonbird Island, near Loch Ard Gorge, was the Sow, and the smaller rock stacks were the Piglets); after which it was renamed to The Apostles for tourism purposes. The formation eventually became known as the Twelve Apostles, despite only ever having nine stacks. The stacks are susceptible to further erosion from the waves. On 3 July 2005, a 50 metre tall stack collapsed, leaving eight remaining. The rate of erosion at the base of the limestone pillars is approximately 2 cm per year. Due to wave action eroding the cliff face existing headlands are expected to become new limestone stacks in the future. Another spot lost to erosion was the London Arch, originally the arches formed a complete double-span natural bridge were connected to the existing coast line and very popular with the tourists. The arch closer to the shoreline collapsed unexpectedly on 15 January 1990, leaving two tourists stranded on the outer part until they were rescued by a helicopter. Luckily no one was injured in the event. Prior to the collapse, the arch was known as London Bridge because of its similarity to its namesake.
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Camera Canon EOS 60D
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