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  • Donna Thomas

    Columns of Basalt Photograph by Jim Richardson Towering in close symmetry, these basalt columns near Fingal’s Cave form the base of the Scottish island of Staffa. The columns formed when cooling lava flows met bedrock and the region’s cold weather. The island contains three main caves.

  • Jemuel Bernaldez

    Strange and unusual natural rock formations - Photos and explanations, page 1

  • Gabriela Iosub

    Earth's Toughest Spots By Nat Geo | Towering in close symmetry, these basalt columns near Fingal’s Cave form the base of the Scottish island of Staffa. The columns formed when cooling lava flows met bedrock and the region’s cold weather. The island contains three main caves.

  • Stephanie Yee

    Columns of Basalt; these basalt columns are near Fingal’s Cave. The columns formed when cooling lava flows met bedrock and the region’s cold weather - Staffa Island, Scotland. I love Rocks.

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