Melbourne No. 11 – Cracked rock at Squeaky Beach

One-a-day posting No. 11 – Cracked rock at Squeaky Beach. This shot was taken in early January 2007 near Squeaky Beach in the Wilson’s Promontory National Park. This is the southern-most part of continental Australia – and is stunningly beautiful and protected. Squeaky Beach is so-named because the composition of the sand crystals mean that they “squeak” as you walk across it. Skiers amongst you will recognise the noise – it’s similar to walking on virgin snow.

Melbourne 12 - Cracked rock at Squeaky Beach

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