Jetty, Canal Rocks, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, Western Australia, Australia
The beautiful granite outcrop that makes up Canal Rocks is part of the rugged Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, known for its excellent fishing and scenic bushwalking. A series of rocks jut into the ocean creating a natural canal hollowed out by the force of the sea. Adjacent to these rocks is a small jetty, popular with local fisherman. As the sun rose on this morning the Jetty made for a great contrast against the reflected colours of sunrise.