Cape Liptrap is situated to the south-east of Melbourne, Victoria and is a narrow penninsula to the west of the larger Wilson's Promontory. The local scenery is beautiful, the weather conditions changeable and often quite wild. It consists of rugged coastal geological formations with some sandy beaches. The pennisula itself is formed by the spine of the Hoddle Range running out to sea. It has the characteristic geological formation of steep cliffs of folded marine sediments flanked by rock pinnacles and wave cut platforms. When the tide is out wonderful rock-pools can be found on the more accessible parts along the shoreline. This is where I have found most of my photographic subject matter.
OK, you can click on the lighthouse and go and look at the images now. I'm hoping that you won't think they are your usual
type of "holiday snaps"