Sierra Navada Rocks re-visit in Portsea Mornington Peninsula for Water H2O Thursday

October 10, 2023  •  15 Comments

Sierra Navada Shipwreck is caused by the very rock with the same name. This is an area that requires extremely low tide less than 0.2 metres to walk into. After leaving the London Bridge carpark walking down the stairs, walking passing beyond the broken London Bridge, there is a small tunnel with iron gate. Going through the unlocked gate, one would exit a tunnel and a cave revealing a different beach where Sierra Navada rock lays.

 

Recently I spotted the article from the age about the shipwreck itself. I put a section of the story here. The story is written on my blogspot 1900: The Sierra Nevada sinks near Portsea; 23 lost

 

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Joel and I immediately headed off different directions snapping photos we preferred. Eventually we met at Sierra Navada rock ourselves. He had done a big poo in one of the water hole and peed at another that some visitors took a skinny dip in them as well. Well, truly organic experience for them.

 

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That is the lot for this great day trip down the coast. 

 

 

 


Comments

Michelle(non-registered)
Your photos are just fantastic. Thank you for linking up.
Lachezar(non-registered)
I enjoy your street photography and look forward to your weekly entry to the Black & White weekend. However, for whatever reason, I can't comment regardless how many times I click on the "Sign in with google" button. It just doesn't work for me. On the other hand, why do I need to be signed in with google at all? That's your choice, but as much as I like your photography. I'm not going to try to comment anymore.
Gene Black(non-registered)
Lovely photos, you captured some wonderful sky backgrounds.
Erika N(non-registered)
Lovely photos. Sierra Nevada rock looks beautiful
Nicole/DVArtist(non-registered)
I love this post. The photos are beyond stellar. Thank you for joining FFO and have a great day today.
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