Photo #1 looks along the coast towards Cape St Lawrence from off shore a little east of Bear Hill. Two features are of interest here: the cliff face from the upper middle left that descends to the water with a square indentation just before it reaches the water, which is the subject of this page, and the huge circular-shaped “gouge” on the far side of that cliff face, which will be the subject of the next page.
The cliff face of interest here is that seen separating the two “slides” to the right of Bear Hill in photo #1 on the previous page; from the head on view there, it does not stand out very well, but seen from the side here, it is a very distinctive feature. Seen from a bit closer to land and with a telephoto setting, photo #2 reveals that this cliff face is quite different in nature from the one seen on the eastern side of Bear Hill: it is reddish-hued, rather than showing the mottled colours seen in photo #2 on the previous page, and it is smooth, layered, and laying diagonally rather than standing vertically with a pockmarked surface. Yet they are separated only by a small distance from one another. A lot of variety in a short compass!