These rocks line the coast at the northern entrance to Lowland Cove. Erosion is no less active here than further down the coast. The angle of tilt remains roughly 45°.
At this point, the brush-covered hillside at Tittle Point has given way to the rock-strewn grassy plains seen at Cape St Lawrence, as can be seen in the foreground; they continue from here around Lowland Cove to its head. There was also considerably less evidence of animals here than at Cape St Lawrence, though their trails traverse this area, and the wildflowers were also less common, though still present.