Watery Wednesday #168


Yehliu GeoPark (野柳地質公園) is a popular tourist place at Taiwan.
The stratum of Yehliu is mainly composed of sedimentary rocks.
The formation of sea bays is due to the impact of sea erosion on softer rock.

Captured at Yehliu GeoPark (野柳地質公園), Taiwan, Nov 2011.

Watery Wednesday #168

 

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3 Comments on “Watery Wednesday #168”

  1. jewaicious says:

    Nice capture of light and textures…lovely.

  2. CameraCruise says:

    Beautiful, love those formations!
    Happy New Year!

  3. 2sweetnsaxy says:

    Very cool! Some of them look as if they could be monster paw prints.


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