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Living Rocks.

My visit to see the rocks was a bit disappointing at first as I thought they would be above the water surface but they were about half a metre under, I used my 10 stop filter to smooth out the water and make the rocks stand out a bit more and create a bit of calm. Lake Clifton is one of only a few places these thrombolites grow.

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Posted by hodgy1 on December 29, 2011
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  1. 12/29/2011
    muzz

    Nice job Pete. I made a dash down there one afternoon last year and found a howling sea-breeze frothing the whole shoreline up and thrombolites a couple of feet under. I’ve since found out that apparently March/April is the best time to see them exposed. Sound like a plan???

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    • 12/29/2011

      Sounds like a great plan Muzz, it was magic weather wise down there the other night and not a mozzy to be seen.

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  2. 12/29/2011
    True North Mark

    That’s a cool shot Pete!

    I have a few nice ones from there as well and it is certainly worth a visit…classic sunset location I reckon!

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  3. 01/17/2012
    Tony Middleton

    I like this one Hodgy – very nice 🙂

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  4. 02/17/2012

    Beautiful shot!

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