Showing the larger of the stacks on the right
27 Jul 2018 5:19am
Beautiful. I imagine they attract climbers.
27 Jul 2018 5:21am
@Michael Skorulski: No climbing allowed because of the seabirds and many of the onshore routes are also closed during the breeding season
....Smaler erect than the right one ! :-)
27 Jul 2018 6:07am
Very impressive structures. And great to see them in their full glory. I think, however, that I prefer yesterday's shot - where the birds tend to give one more of a sense of the scale of these rocks - they are huge!
27 Jul 2018 6:18am
@dobbino: I agree with you. The possible shots are limited by the cliffs of course, but I wanted to include an overall view.
indeed, seeing this rock in its entirety and with this point of view, this amplifies its gigantism.
27 Jul 2018 6:36am
Superb and impressiv !
27 Jul 2018 9:24am
27 Jul 2018 10:47am
I like this point of view
27 Jul 2018 11:37am
Excellent image. Great to hear the onshore routes are closed during the seabirds breeding season.
27 Jul 2018 12:05pm
Amazing view !
27 Jul 2018 12:28pm
Quelle roche et vue qquei sorte de la mer sueprbe compo
27 Jul 2018 5:33pm
A fabulous image. I wonder at one time how many more there might have been but have eroded away over time. These are spectacular rock formations! A great view.
27 Jul 2018 6:13pm
@Elaine Hancock: an ongoing process. As one collapses another forms
28 Jul 2018 1:01am
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