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Rock pedestal. Pedestal of granite rock on a hill. Rock pedestals are columnar masses of hard rock that are resistant to erosion by wind and rain. In this pedestal, layers of softer rock have been eroded to leave an unstable pile of granite slabs. Granite is a hard stone formed by the rapid cooling of molten, underground rock (magma). Photographed on Bodmin Moor in Cornwall, UK.
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