Odd Places in Nature

Challenge #2 in the Unique Landscapes and Outdoor Images series. Hosted by camcom12.
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These images are places in our natural world that are weird, unique or seemingly un-natural, but were actually created by wind, water, ice, earth movement, erosion, animals, or even chemically-reactive natural processes.
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Lake Mungo National Park, NSW, Australia
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Lake Mungo NP is famous for two reasons. One is the discovery of ancient human remains that changed the estimated date of arrival of people in Australia. The other is these distinctive erosion formations in the sandy soil.
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Submitted: Saturday, 3rd November, 2012 23:59 (GMT)
Taken: Saturday, 16th April, 2011
Focal length: 15 mm
Shutter speed: 15 sec
Aperture: F10
ISO: 100
Notes: This was taken well after sunset (with the camera on a tripod, obviously).
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