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The Moeraki Boulders are a big attraction, found on Koekohe Beach near Moeraki on New Zealand’s coast. The huge, gray, spherical stones formed in sediment on the sea floor 60 million years ago and were revealed by shoreline erosion. The boulders, some of which stand alone and some in clusters, can weigh several tons and measure 10 feet across.

The Moeraki Boulders on Otago Coast, New Zealand

Waiotapu Thermal Reserve, Rotorua, New Zealand. The orange-red color is caused by the minerals orpiment and realgar

A tree in the Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona - beautiful!

Earthquake impact on railroad in New Zealand. Spectacular plate shift evidence. G

Striped iceberg, Antartica. Stripes are formed by layers of snow that react to different conditions. Blue stripes are often created when a crevice in the ice sheet fills up with melt water and freezes so quickly that no bubbles form.

Moeraki Boulders, New zealand! 1 hour up the coast from Dunedin.

The Shire, New Zealand

The Moeraki Boulders are a big attraction, found on Koekohe Beach near Moeraki on New Zealand’s coast. The huge, gray, spherical stones formed in sediment on the sea floor 60 million years ago and were revealed by shoreline erosion. The boulders, some of which stand alone and some in clusters, can weigh several tons and measure 10 feet across.

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Hidden Beach, Marieta Islands, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

1000-Year-Old Yew Trees, Wales

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New Zealand. Beautiful!

Split Apple Rock, New Zealand

Broken Moeraki Boulders, New Zealand

Full moon in Greece...i want to see this someday

This fountain forms the entrance to the headquarters in Wattens, Austria of Swarovski Crystal.... omg I'd love to c that and stand under the water fall

'Flysch' rock formations in Zumaia, N Spain. Flysch is a sequence of sedimentary rock which form at convergent plate boundaries at the stage of continental collision, derived from the forming mountains and deposited along the axis of the new mountain chain

Karaka Berry and Tui. Natives of the New Zealand forests. This poster for the New Zealand Tourist Department shows the tui bird sitting on a branch of karaka berries. Illustrated by Marcus King, c. 1950. Vintage New Zealand travel poster.