Devil's chimney limestone pillar

Devil's chimney limestone pillar

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Credit: MARTYN F. CHILLMAID/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Devil's chimney, Leckhampton Hill, Gloucestershire, UK. This limestone pillar was most likely formed by differential erosion. Wind and water have eroded the softer limestone that surrounded this harder core.

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Keywords: britain, british, devil's chimney, differential, eroded, erosion, geological, geology, geomorphology, gloucestershire, leckhampton hill, limestone, pillar, rock, uk, united kingdom

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