This is where all the mollusc action is happening!
A top shell (Phasianella australis), closely followed by a small whelk is about to summit the razorfish (Pinna bicolor) while the small abalone and tube shells have made a permanent home there.
Not to miss out a few sponges, algae and barnacles have also joined the party.
There’s a lot to see in this tiny little place called Mollusc City under Edithburgh Jetty.
Photo: Robert Rath, ‘Mollusc City’ 1/100s f/20 ISO160 100mm