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Natural forces are well-known for their sculpting. Waves, tidal movement, and biochemical agents have created (and still do) many of this World's wonders. Some of those are huge, the others just tiny shapes, but we find them beautiful regardless of their size. Show us the ones you have found! (Mind the rules!)
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Thursday, 29th November, 2012 (GMT)
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The water contains dissolved silica, as the water evaporates, it deposited as very fragile siliceous sinter. It covers an area of about 3 acres in New Zealand.
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