Lighthouses are along the coast
Saturday, March 23rd, 2013 at 11:16 pm
On day two of this road trip through Tasmania we travelled west along the north coast from Burnie and then south along the west coast to Arthur River. However we did start the day by heading inland to find Guide Falls, only one of the two waterfalls we were looking for today.
The weather was mixed, mostly heavy rain in the morning that was punctuated by patches of clear(er) sky. When it had just been raining and was still overcast the nice rich tones made themselves known.
Despite this, it was nice that as we returned to the coast we could see the rain moving away, where it stayed for most of the afternoon.
Which, being along the coast, featured a couple of lighthouses such at the one up on Rocky Cape.
We started to see more wildlife.
At West Point we failed to find the lighthouse, just these concrete foundations.
At Bluff Hill Point we found a relatively modern (precast concrete, not stone, masonary or concrete in a form) lighthouse, it wasn’t until looking it up later that we found that when this was comissioned, it replaced the one at West Point that was subsequently removed.
These weren’t the only sights we saw, it is just that I need more time post processing those photos (in some cases that will mean assembling panoramas), but right now the day is over. Tomorrow is heading back inland, first along the Western Explorer Highway through the Tarkine region and then past mines and a number of dams.