Taken at Lochard Gorge, Victoria, Australia. The deadly coastline at Lochard Gorge, made famous by it's namesake, the "Loch Ard" which sank here in 1878. The rugged cliffs and towers such as this one claimed the loss of over 50 shipwrecks. Taken with a Nikon D40X with an AF-S 55-200mm lense around noon. Converted to black and white and contrast changed to reflect Ansel Adams' style.