West Cape Howe National Park, in the great southern region of Western Australia has some of the biggest coastal cliffs I have ever seen. On my visit the winds were incredibly strong. Making it hard to stand still or walk let a lone shoot. The large swell crashing into the cliff faces was incredible. The campground here is one of the best I have ever been to. Right on a secluded beach in a protected bay, where the water is the most beautiful shade of blue. The wind however was strong enough in this protected bay to still bend my tent poles. I also broke a tripod leg on this trip when the wind blew that over too. All worth while!