Sunset at Magic lands, Cape Woolamai Surf Beach, Phillip Island, Australia
I read it from the official website of local government description that Cape Woolamai is part of a tombolo system that includes the predominantly granite mass of the cape and the complex of volcanic rocks. Then I go "what is tombolo system"?
It is an Italian word "tombolo" meaning "mound". It is a deposition landform in which an island is attached to the mainland by a narrow piece of land called spit or bar. A Tombolo is a sandy isthmus.
I often felt the landscape in Cape Woolamai looking so similar to Wilson Promontory landscape. Just the scenery is so beautiful. I love it.
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