Fingal Head Sunrise
During a recent family vacation to Queenland I popped out one morning to shoot this amazing rocky coastline.
Fingal Head and the small off-shore Island (Cook Island) were first sighted by James Cook about 17:00 on 16 May 1770 (log date and time). The area and small town is often just called Fingal.
The headland itself was made from a lava flow from the now extinct Tweed Volcano. The rock composition in the area is mainly basalt or andesite.