Sunday, 7 April 2013
On a pleasant Sunday afternoon in Dunedin, we decided it had been a while since we'd been to Tunnel Beach, so off we went.
Examples of weathered sandstone is part the attraction. The sea rolling up against the cliffs in full, slow and heavy swells, provided a calming atmosphere.
Rock that has fallen off in almost a perfect square. "Horizontally, understandable enough," muses Robert, "But why so straight vertically?"
He's an engineer. Engineers ponder about such things ...
Meanwhile, the pigeons roost and coo above a piece of the cliff that looks like it will be the next bit to fall.
We were amused at the notice that warns - 'Beware of Cliffs'. (Would that be Richard or Curtis?)