At the very real risk of boring my viewers, I am showing yet another long exposure from the storm last Sunday. This is the penultimate post on this topic, at least from that storm. I am saving the best until last, so you could just wait until tomorrow to look at my favourite of all those storm pictures. Or you could look at this lesser image of a teetering glacial erratic on the edge of the Chinese Cemetery. The view is westward towards Clover Point across the mouth of Gonzales Bay and Ross Bay more distant.
I don’t believe that this boulder features in the Sahsima story, but I have never seen a full text and so it is possible that somehow this rock features in the story too. In an earlier post about an earlier storm (before I had adequate protection for the camera) I sheltered the camera behind this rock to photograph Sahsima which is located just to the southeast of this location. Yet another bit of the landscape growing a splash of orange lichen.
Canon EOS 5Dii, Canon 50/1.4 lens, ISO100, Cameron fader ND filter at about 7 or 8 f-stops of density, f22, 30 seconds.