I don't know where my obsession with rocks came from. You'd have to agree though, the patterns and colours that combine with shapes and in various sizes are pretty spectacular sometimes. Add some interesting lighting and they can be very ambiguous. I've always maintained that due to detail and the fact that they are often in low lighting situations, a tripod ought to be used. How ever on this occasion (and there will be more) time didn't allow that luxury. The downside being you can't really incorporate focus stacking into your routine. I've known about this place for most of my life but never attempted to do any photography here. Tidal movements make it awkward to access as well. Nevertheless, I'm posting a few shots here. When I have another opportunity I'll return with tripod.