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    This rock formation is called 'The chicken and the mushroom' I made the same photo without people, but I like this one better because it gives you an idea of the dimensions.

    eelcoh, Rolandito., Gone Under Sea, and 13 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. richard.mcmanus. ages ago | reply

      The lighting adds an out of this world atmosphere to this unusual formation.

    2. richard thomson ages ago | reply

      Impressive sight.

    3. Bettyboop4 ages ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Intelligent Travel - National Geographic Traveler's blog, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    4. ladigue_99 ages ago | reply

      wonderful capture!

    5. Heather Bays ages ago | reply

      This is awesome. And I am glad you have people in it to give it scale!

    6. kimberleyelephant ages ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Mushroom Rock, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    7. Nancie McK ages ago | reply

      Great shot!

      Congrats on being published at Intelligent Travel.

    8. a n j a ages ago | reply

      Thanks for letting me know LadyExpat!
      (Because I hadn't seen it myself yet.)

    9. foturist ages ago | reply


      This is an outstanding travel photo!
      You are invited to add this photowork to Foturist group!

    10. Octavian Boca Photography 117 months ago | reply

      Hi Anja,
      great photographs...

    11. ramsoi 117 months ago | reply

      truly truly amazing! thank u for this rare capture!!!!!

    12. ƒliçkrwåy 115 months ago | reply

      So much more interesting than the pyramids!
      And those people do add a sense of scale.
      Fabulous!

    13. a n j a 115 months ago | reply

      It got published!

      Published!

    14. it is aai! 115 months ago | reply

      Gefeliciteerd! Zijn ze op jouw foto gekomen, of heb je het zelf gepromoot / verkocht?

    15. a n j a 115 months ago | reply

      @ it is aai!: Bedankt!
      Ze hebben mij benaderd via de Flickr-pool Intelligent Travel - National Geographic Traveler's blog.

    16. dicksoto 114 months ago | reply

      If I ever go to Egypt, I will want to see this place because of your amazing photo!

    17. Nilton Ramos Quoirin 101 months ago | reply

      Amazing! I didn't know about these rocks.

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