I disagree. It's a damned impressive image indeed. But now you try it in infrared in 6x17. Your IR work so far is sublime and inspiring, and a luminous, evocative image of this rugged landscape using that specialist film is not beyond you.
In PRISM, North Melbourne, I noticed on the wall a very large (6x6) canvas print. I've seen it many times before, but on this occasion it struck me as strangely familiar. On asking Gabs, he confirmed it was a semi-abstract scene of Cape Woolomai (with the Cape proper in the far distance). So it's not necessarily the jumpled rocky massif of Cape Woolomai that can attract creative attention, though it'll keep those coming very busy! I might try multiple exposures on my pinhole, but of course Pentaximus is coming too. What say we stay for the evening light? Would this be feasible? If the weather is right, it would I'm sure be rewarding (so how far is Cape Woolomai from Melbourne, c. 160km??).
Lachlan, you mentioned camping there @ Woolomai. Where abouts can you camp, and is it legit? It is possible to camp on that pock-marked plain above the beach, or camp in the car park? It would indeed be a great thing to be close to the action at sunrise and/or sunset; I've just proven that beyond a doubt from images bagged at Lake Bonney (SA) and Burra (mid-North of SA) earlier this month.
EDIT: Based on an Essendon departure point for me, Google maps has advised it is between 142 and 147km (depending which freeway??)