The Pinnacles, Nambung National Park, Western Australia
Taken after sunset, there was still a golden hue to the light and the absence of shadows created an interesting presence of these amazing stone pillars. The mechanism by which these unique stone formations were created is still unsure. One theory is that they are stone casts from an ancient forest. Whatever created them, it sure is a cool place.
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