Standing Rock, Bondi Beach

Often during my coastal walks, I encounter intriguing things and structures. One such is a standing rock at Bondi Beach (Sydney). I don't know if it has a history, maybe it resulted from years of weathering by sea water, but it does look fascinating. Makes me wonder what must have happened, was it natural or did someone place it like this. It reminds me of Butterball at Mahaballipuram, India.

A lone rock, standing tall against the strong waves.


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  1. Intriguing indeed. Nice pic.

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  3. Beautiful indeed... also amazing is the shape! To think that water shapes rocks fascinates me :)

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    1. yeah I was amazed by it too. Thanks for visiting

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    1. yeah doesn't it. Thanks for visiting my blog :)

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  5. That rock looks like it was purposely set there, almost as if it doesn't naturally belong. Cool! ♥

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    1. hehehe that's the same thing I was wondering too :D

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  6. Nature's expertise on display. A similar rock is there near my native place in West Bengal but not maintained and marketed well :-(. Seldom any tourist visits there :-(.

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    1. There are so many beautiful things in India but not maintained and marketed. It's sad :( Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  7. Spectacular! Beautiful click Rajlakshmi :)

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  8. Interesting rock. We missed it when we were at Bondi.

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  9. Like the Malpe beach in Karnataka.

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