Loch Ard Gorge
Loch Ard Gorge is one of the most spectacular formations along the Great Ocean Road in southern Australia. It is named after a Scottish steamer, the "Loch Ard" that ran aground in a fog before it could land at Melbourne in 1878. There were no survivors. Port Campbell National Park, Victoria, Australia.
In July, 2009 the arch in the middle of the photograph collapsed. There are now two sea stacks instead of the magnificent arch.