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Strange Geology

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Some photos of strange geological formations... aka - hunt the photo game for non-travelling travel bloggers.
14 years ago, March 18th 2005 No: 1 Msg: #1450  
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A photo was added today by deleted_730 - from down in Argentina, lots of little ball shaped boulders in some kind of desert. There have been so many I thought I'd collect a few all in one place.

So the game is to post photos of strange geological formations without repeats... (to post photss view the image and look for [photo=20248] copy and paste that)

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The Giants Causeway, in N. Ireland comes to mind. If I had a photo of it, I would post it here. Maybe somebody else took one, when they were there? Reply to this

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I'll plug one of my own then; weird holes in dry mud, near Dili, East Timor. Although not evident in the photo, the whole plain was littered with circular holes of varying depths. Reply to this

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And this one is not geological but rather biological (formed by mats of blue-green algae known as stromatolites...but it does look rock-ish)
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