These impressive rocks, or sea stacks, are actually geological landforms caused by erosion. They are formed when part of a headland is eroded by the force of the ocean crashing against the rock. The force of the water weakens existing cracks in the headland, eventually causing the headland to collapse, leaving free-standing stacks and even small islands. Face Rock is just one of the features you’ll find along the beach. It was cloudy and I waited for 2 hours for the right shape of waves and golden sunset light.
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