Australia: The 12 Apostles

Time to end the teasing of you folks.

Time to show you all the 12 Apostles. :)
For those of you who don’t know, the 12 Apostles as a group of rocks on the Australian coast. There are 12 of these rocks, and incredibly large. I am not sure why they call them “The Apostles”.
So, onto the pictures.

If you remember from a post a few days ago, this was our destination and main reason for cruising on the Great Ocean Road. We finally arrived just before sunset.

This was by far the largest formation of rock, and was called “The Lone Apostle”, because there weren’t any other formations nearby. Also, can you see how clear the water is? I thought that was pretty cool. :)

Here are two more, it is tough to show to scale of these things… but see those black dots on the beach? Those are people.

And come sunset… here are the remaining rocks we could see. the others curve around the coast.

It was amazing to see the Glory of God displayed in his creation at sunset. The power displayed in the ocean, the craftsmanship in the rock formations, and the beauty of the setting sun… It was one

of the most incredible things I’ve ever seen.
“He spreads out the northern skies over empty space; he suspends the earth over nothing. He wraps up the waters in his clouds, yet the clouds do not burst under their weight. He covers the face of the full moon, spreading his clouds over it. The pillars of the heavens quake, aghast at his rebuke. By his power he churned up the sea…. By his breath the skies become fair…. And these are but the outer fringe of his works; how faint the whisper we hear of him!

How then can we understand the thunder of his power?”
Job 26:7-9, 11-14

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