The majestic view in photo #1 is from a ways south of Delaneys Point, with the protruding rocks of Delaneys Point showing in the foreground at the right. It is still too close to give the usual shape of the point when seen from far enough away. “Big Head Mountain” is left of centre, “Betweem-the-Delaneys Mountain” is right of centre, the northern summit of “Delaneys Mountain” is at the upper far right, and the slopes of “Delaneys Hill” are in the foreground. This is one awesome spot!
Photo #2 is from half again as far south of Delaneys Point as photo #1, which is now far enough away to show Delaneys Point in its usual profile. The gouge seen on the previous page is at the centre of this photo. The rock “fingers” can be seen here continuing south of Delaneys Point all the way to the gouge.
Photo #3 is a telephoto view of the coast below “Delaneys Hill” and the rocks of Delaneys Point. In the sun of high noon, the red of these rocks stands out and contrasts sharply with the adjacent greys. The gouge again figures here, but, for me at least, it is the stunning backdrop of the distant heights that draws my eye again and again.
Photo #4 is a moderately wide-angled view of the shore from the gouge south of “Delaneys Hill” with the southern ridge of “Delaneys Mountain” rising behind. The noon sun agains highlights the strong reddish hues of some of the rocks .
Photo #5 continues the shore to the south; in the much more subdued light of earlier in the morning, the reddish-hued rocks do not shine so bright. “Delaneys Hill” is at the left, as are some of the rocks of Delaneys Point—the boat is almost directly west of Delaneys Point here. The long diagonal slope seen here is the southern end of “Delaneys Hill”; this is not “Delaneys Point Ridge”, which is at the far left and mostly out of scope, but another slope leading down from the summit of “Delaneys Hill”. I will leave a discussion of the other features seen here to the second next page.