You have probably realised by now that The Golden Scope is a huge fan of Mother Nature’s work. Our previous articles “Tunnels made of plants” and “Unique trees” are only few of the numerous art pieces that nature rewards us with everyday.
For today’s article, the main focus is beautiful and unique rock formations.
Year after year Mother Nature has patiently carved the stone — with the help of water, wind and other agents — to create wonderful sculptures.
Have a look at the following rock formations and be amazed by the artistic skills of Nature, who never ceases to surprise us with fascinating things.
The following photos — which have carefully been selected by The Golden Scope — capture six different stones from different parts of the world; the only thing those stones have in common is the “sculptor” that made them and the peculiarity of their shape. Note that each rock formation has a different shape.
The protagonists of this article are: Kannesteinen in Norway; Etretat in Normandy, France; Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand; Glen Canyon in Arizona, U.S.A.; Baatara Gorge, Lebanon and last, but not least, Arches National Part in Utah, U.S.A.
Enjoy the following shots, and if you know of any other interesting rock formation, do let us know and we will include it in this article!
WONDERFUL ROCK FORMATIONS
Glenn Canyon, Arizona, USA
Arches National Park, Utah, USA
Baatara Gorge, Lebanon
Etretat, Normandie, France
(All the photos are taken from Google.com, and all belong to their original owners)