The Twelve Apostles are a set of limestone formations on the shore of Port Campbell National Park, by the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia. There are not actually twelve of them; there were nine until a few years ago, when one of them collapsed.
(Olympus C200, ISO 150, f/3.6, 8.5mm [35mm equiv.], 1/50s)
This is a very old photo, taken with a fixed-lens digital camera that was already old at the time; it’s low-resolution, the dynamic range is not great and the camera only gave me a jpeg file. Still, this was a beautiful sunset and I really like how it came up in the photo. This was taken in March of 2006.