Hoodoo rock formations, France

Hoodoo rock formations, France

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Credit: SEBASTIEN BEAUCOURT/LOOK AT SCIENCES/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Hoodoo rock formations. Hoodoos, or fairy chimneys, are tall spires of eroded sedimentary rock with a piece of harder rock on top, which protects the spire below from the elements. They normally form in arid basins and badlands (arid terrain rich in clay. Photographed in Ille-sur-Tet, Pyrenees-Orientales, France.

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Keywords: blue sky, clay, earth pyramid, eroded, erosion, europe, european, fairy chimneys, france, french, geographical, geological, geology, hoodoo, hoodoos, ille-sur-tete, landform, landforms, landscape, limestone, peak, peaks, physical geography, rock, rocks, rocky, sedimentary, spire, spires, tent rock

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