This landscape picture is of a rocky outcrop just west of Kings Head in Waitpinga on the southern Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia. It was made on an early morning poodlewalk that Kayla and I did. We hadn't been to this location to photograph since the autumn of 2019.
It was an overcast morning in late summer, on the cusp of summer and autumn. It was after a storm had just passed through Victor Harbor a few days earlier. The outcrop is on the Heysen Trail, but it can only be accessed when the tide is low.