Stars above Wave Rock

By: John Goldsmith

 

Region: Australia and Pacific

Site: Western Australia - Australia

Date: 2009

TWAN

Moonlight illuminates the night-scape with the constellation Canis Major and the brightest star in the sky; Sirius, descends behind Wave Rock; one of Australia's most recognizable landforms located in the Western Australia. It is an ancient granite cliff (15 meters high and 110 meters long). The rock is the result of a weathering process which has slowly eroded the granite rock into the smooth wave-like formation. See this scene in a time-lapse video here. John Goldsmith

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