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Hoodoo rock formations. These pillars are composed of soft sedimentary rock capped by a piece of harder rock. Hoodoos form in semi-arid regions of sedimentary rock that experience occasional heavy downpours. The rain weathers away the unprotected material leaving behind columns of rock under hard caps. Photographed near Drumheller in Alberta, Canada.
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