Photo #1 is the closest photo I have that shows the rock structures seen on the previous page clearly; it is not a dead-on view, but was taken from just a bit to the south. This pretty definitely places the “muppet”, right of centre, south of the entrance to the “fan”, i.e., well to the south of the mouth of Wreck Brook: it clearly cannot be The Chimney.
Photo #2 is a telephoto view showing the detail of the rock cliffs in photo #1. The ridged rock in the centre of the photo is at the right of photo #1. This detail shows a ravine leading into this area of the cliffs, indication of an intermittent stream being responsible for the deep erosion at the left; other, much smaller, run-off channels can be seen right of centre and at the right.
Photo #3 was taken from just off Polletts Cove; it is a telephoto view which has been significantly cropped to bring out the rocky structures that the sun, by lucky chance, happened to have lit up at the moment I took the photo. I’m pretty sure that the “muppet” is the pillar seen here in the waters below “Malcolms Brook Mountain”, which therefore cannot be The Chimney. However, the hearth-like structure does appear to be a chimney in this view.
Photo #4 was also taken from just off Polletts Cove, but a bit further offshore and in different light; like photo #3, it is a telephoto view that has been significantly cropped for detail. At the centre, is the muppet, looking rather darker than its reddish hues in photo #3.
Photo #5, a telephoto view from just off Polletts Cove, was taken just after photo #2; this version is uncropped and shows the entire shore line from Delaneys Point south to the rock structures south of the “fan”. Here, the on-shore structure again looks to me like a hearth with a chimney.