This month’s wallpaper is quite an unusual view of Gibson’s Beach on the Great Ocean Road and two of the 12 Apostles. It is unusual because of the mist that persisted all evening in rising from the wild Southern Ocean. At times the mist reached the top of these cliffs and almost blanketed them completely. These clifftops are around 40 to 50 metres high.
At first I was a little disappointed at seeing this and hoped that the mist would dissipate since the image I had imagined was a nice clear one of the Apostles and cliffs. But in the end you work with what you get on location and I think that this ended up to be quite an original image of a well photographed location.