Located in the Flinders Chase National Park, Remarkable Rocks from a distance look like just a bunch of rocks somehow dumped in the middle of nowhere. However as you drive closer you realise they are a beautiful cluster of granite boulders, in parts orange/red in colour (depending on the light!), which we find out is from the lichen, a fungal organism, attached to the rocks.
They take their unusual and stunning shape from over 500 million years of erosive caused by the wind, sea and rain. The colour and shape of the rocks gives the budding photography plenty of opportunity to practice, with the sea beyond providing the perfect backdrop.
Where have you taken your best photo?