On the southern coast of Australia, the ocean is powerfully erosive, carving away at the limestone cliffs each year. The tall, limestone stacks known as the apostles, are evidence of the power of the ever-moving ocean against the coastline.
Standing on the edge of the cliff-face the noise of the relentless waves crash in your ears, the sea spray salting the air you breathe. Against the mighty ocean's power, the calm blue and warm pinks of the horizon are a soothing balm. Nature is the artist and the earth her gallery.