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Weathered Sandstone

The Hook Peninsula is composed of many rock types including sedimentary limestone and sandstone. These are considered generally soft in geological terms and over time can be manipulated by chemicals/particles in the water/wind. Here’s a large slab of Red Sandstone around Boyces Bay eerily shaped by time and nature.

Booley Bay after storm Darwin

Here’s a classic example of before and after. The clean picture was taken last week but check out the other picture to see how Booley Bay looked back in March. No its not taken from the set of Terminator, this is how the storms combined with high tides left poor Booley not too long ago.…

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