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Those rocks were erroded by wind or sea and ended up being razor sharp. If you click Large View you will be able to see it clearer.
Border Nicaragua-Honduras. Explored, Sept 8, 2009, # 334.
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Toma parcial en la geoforma denominada "el gusano" en el Parque provincial Ischigualasto, San Juan, Argentina
This telephoto shot enhances the extraordinary textures of the Utah Canyonlands landscape, shaped by water and wind for millions of years, and not for nothing dubbed a showcase of geology.
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Model NIKON D7000
Exposure Time 1/6
Focal Length 18 mm
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4 minute exposure taken along the Colorado River in Utah at Arches National Park. This was early in the morning before sunrise. The river is slowly eroding things away ...
The Atlantic Coast near Derrybeg, Gweedore, County Donegal, Ireland
I just sat here having a short rest and just watching these soft waves gently brush of these amazing round rocks, this made me thing on how alive our earth is with forces of nature, erosion and geology etc. It was very peaceful and relaxing moment
EXPLORE # 314
The power of water. Che Gigi abbia la stessa forza !
Here's another from my Snowdonia shoot the other day.
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[...] In fact, just about all the major natural attractions you find in the West- the Grand Canyon, the Badlands, the Goodlands, the Mediocrelands, the Rocky Mountains and Robert Redford- were caused by erosion [...]
-- Quote by Dave Barry (American Writer and Humorist best known for his weekly newspaper column. b.1947)
Ostia, Italy (June, 2008)
Nikon D70, Tokina 12-24 f/4, 12mm - F/22 - 4s, hdr 3xp +2,-2EV, ND8 filter + Cokin grad dark tobacco
Climbing up towards High Peak looking back at the ladram bay sea stacks
The variety in the shape of the rocks both north and south of Portencross Castle make it a great place to find foreground interest - one of the reasons I keep going back. Also, it's really close.
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at the entry of magoito beach a eroded wall showing time marks. via 500px ift.tt/2kopcAh