Marine navigators often picked out rock features or other features along the shoreline to help find their way along the coastline before electronic devices took over. This can be even more challenging where fog can more in suddenly and may stay for days in the hot days of summer.
There are a number of rock features around Swallow Tail that are distinctive. Some are old, some are more recently formed from erosion, and others are just cool.
|Closeup of the figure on the left, reminiscent of a woman with long flowing hair.|
|Closeup of figure on right, reminiscent of a young boy sitting.|
|Perhaps a bit harder to see but two faces in the rocks near the footbridge.|
|Further face with juniper hair, long flat nose and slight smirk (crack in rock face).|