This week's Photohunt theme is Shadow. I had several ideas right off on this so I went hunting to find them. Along the way, I stumbled up this set of photos taken on our trip to Western Australia. North of Perth is a popular attraction called the Pinnacles. Nambung National Park is a great place to go at sundown (or sunrise) to capture the shadows off the unusual rock formations. These were formed from ancient sea shells that were broken into sand and blown inland. The rains washed away the lime and cemented the sand into these unusual limestone formations.
We were staying just north of here in Jurien Bay. We drove late in the afternoon to the park to watch the shadows lengthen and grow until they turned the rocks into silhouettes.
Where did he go?