Sunset foreshore rockpools at Rocky Cape from a lowtide shoot. These orange stained rocks would have to be some of the most difficult I have ever walked upon. The angles and slipperiness just aren’t conducive to traffic, and the slightest slip would mean a precambrian quartzite punch to the ribcage. I was treading very gingerly I can tell you.
These rockpools are high and dry at low tide and probably 6-8 feet under the surface at high tide and teeming with seaweeds and other life.
I couldn’t help but be reminded of stories of the “primordial soup” with the sun falling into an active wave lashed sea behind the pools full of lower life forms.
Rocky Cape National Park