Time, methinks, for another photograph.
I took this not long ago, when we took friends down to Innes National Park, on the southern tip of Yorke Peninsula. It’s a sunset photograph, looking out towards Wedge Island on the left. Click for a proper view.
While I’m at it, here’s another photograph from elsewhere in the park.
If you look on a map, you’ll see that Maitland, the town where my parents live and I spent most of my childhood, is in the middle of Yorke Peninsula, while Innes is right at the bottom. It’s the nearest place where one can rely upon seeing emus in the wild, and there is a lot of coastal scenery.
Incidentally, when I was in grade twelve our geography class had a two-day excursion to the park (specifically to a place called Shell Beach, further around the coast) to facilitate the section of the course dedicated to coastal landforms.