This is a section of the waterfall located near the Squaw Rock picnic area.
The patterns formed, as the water glides over the rocks, in this section of the falls always makes me stop and stare.
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Queen’s Head, one of the most famous scenes in Yehliu Geopark, New Taipei, Taiwan.
The so called “Queen’s Head” is in fact a kind of mushroom rock; It is formed due to the differential erosion caused by seawater during curst movement,
because the shape as formed after the top of rock being fallen apart in 1962~1963 appears like the side face of Queen Elizabeth.
Since it undertakes natural devastation, The narrowest part around it neck is about 138 cm now.
名稱 Name： Goodbye! Queen’s Head | 再見！ 女王頭
圖像大小 Image Size : 6000 x 4000 pixel
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About this photo:
5-6 wide angle image stitch. Taken in a remote and fairly undiscovered territory with great friends Mich and Paul Rojas. Huge thanks to Paul for being such a relentless explorer and sharing his knowledge of these amazing places.
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A unique view of a slot canyon in Northern Arizona (not Antelope). The colors are caused by varying temperatures of reflected light, which I then used in post production to emphasize the flame shape formed by the composition.
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