Dean M. Chriss
Seastacks and Wave, Port Campbell National Park, Victoria, Australia
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The unusual sea stack in the foreground of this image is composed of thin
layers of harder rock alternating with thicker layers of softer limestone
that erodes more quickly. The vibrant orange coloration seen here is due to
iron oxide deposits. These elements together with the contrasting green-blue
and white surf create a unique scene along Victoria's coast.