Literally named so - there is no messing here - what you see is what they are called and they ARE remarkable.
They are situated on a rounded lava rock perched some 200 feet above the ocean. A collection of extraordinary, indeed remarkable granite boulders eroded by wind and sea over a mere 500 million years. The orange lichen, which is as vibrant as the pictures is slowly eating up the rocks as it produces an acid which breaks the rock down into soil. Even so, I would n't worry about missing them. They seem vast, artistic and windswept and they are well worth exploring. There are no boundaries other than that of the roaring waves crashing against the rock, so this is one place to watch you don't step back too far to take the selfie.