Sunday, 19 September 2010

Clydes Island - 11th September 2010

The tide was very low when I visited the Tesselated Pavement at Eaglehawk Neck last weekend, and a walk out to Clydes Island just northwards along the bay looked like a good idea. The sea was very calm, and the way along the edge of the bay below the cliffs was an easy walk. The rocks are interesting, and the walk out there gives a different perspective on Pirates Bay. This short walk would be difficult at high tide, and obviously dangerous, if perhaps spectacular, in rough seas. More photos at Picasa.

Clydes Island from the Tessealtyed Pavement, Tasman Peninsula - 11th September 2010
Narrow funnel-shaped channel separating Clydes island from the mainland - 11th Spetember 2010

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