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201205 Taiwan Img 1810

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A: Yehliu Geopark(Lover's Cave)

by tim8809, 90 meters away

波浪淘蝕海岸岩石,遇到脆弱易崩或天然破裂面發達的地方,常在濱線的高度,沿著脆弱地帶深入侵蝕,造成海蝕溝或海蝕洞。

Yehliu Geopark(Lover's Cave)

B: Yehliu Geopark(Sea-Eroded Pot Hole)

by tim8809, 110 meters away

海岸的岩石表面原就有一些深淺不ㄧ的凹穴,海水挾帶著石粒,進入凹穴,由於海水的旋轉帶動石粒,便和凹穴產生摩擦,不停的向下、向四周鑽挖。於是洞穴日漸擴大加深,便成為一個深井似的壺穴,通常裡面都會有石頭。

Yehliu Geopark(Sea-Eroded Pot Hole)

C: Yehliu Geopark(Sea Groove)

by tim8809, 200 meters away

在野柳岬有許多節理與岬角延伸方向垂直,節理面易受波浪侵蝕而擴大成海蝕溝。在風景區範圍中有許多小橋是為了跨越這些海蝕溝所設置的。

Yehliu Geopark(Sea Groove)

D: Yehliu Geopark(Pineapple Bun)

by tim8809, 200 meters away

較堅硬的岩石受兩組節理切割,再因差異侵蝕作用而構成的特殊景觀。海岸受波浪侵蝕而形成了一塊塊類似豆腐外型的岩塊,因此被稱為菠蘿麵包。

Yehliu Geopark(Pineapple Bun)

E: Yehliu Geopark(Fairy's shoe)

by tim8809, 230 meters away

傳言是天上的仙女下凡來野柳玩耍時,不小心遺忘丟落在海岸的鞋履。 象石相傳天兵天將乘座一隻巨象,來到野柳參加女王的壽宴,而天兵天將卻醉倒在地,形成了野柳的蕈狀石林,大象再也得不到將官們的回庭命令,只好在海...

Yehliu Geopark(Fairy's shoe)

F: Yehliu Geopark(Mushroom Rocks)

by tim8809, 300 meters away

「蕈」是菇的意思,顧名思義,這些岩石形似菇類,遠看又極像人頭,著名的「女王頭」就是其中之ㄧ,海蝕平台是蕈狀岩家族成長的舞台,可看到100多個蕈狀岩在此活動,須歷經五個階段: 誕生,無頸期,粗頸期,細頸期...

Yehliu Geopark(Mushroom Rocks)

G: Yehliu Geopark(Wave-Cut Platform)

by tim8809, 310 meters away

海浪不停地掏刷海崖,時間一久,海崖逐漸崩退,形成與海平面近乎同高度的平坦岩台,這種地形就稱為海蝕平台,將其切開來看,可發現像一塊3層的夾心蛋糕,第一層稱為蕈狀石層,由上部厚約2公尺的鈣質砂岩,下部黃褐色...

Yehliu Geopark(Wave-Cut Platform)

H: Yehliu Geopark(Full View)

by tim8809, 390 meters away

單面山是指一翼坡度陡急、一翼緩傾的山形,是因為地層被不等量抬升所形成的一種構造地形,兩座單面山之間則以狹長的海蝕平台相連。 為了區別起見,在入口處附近的這座單面山以「大單面山」來稱呼,而岬角末端深入海中...

Yehliu Geopark(Full View)

I: Yehliu Geopark(Earth Rock)

by tim8809, 410 meters away

大約在第三區的中段附近,本地球石是結核的傑作,這訴說著岩石就像有生命似的經歷了成長,茁壯和凋零,的生命週期,可看出大自然用幾千萬年的時間雕琢,直到今天仍沒有停止,這也表示野柳岬的地景是生動的,永遠生生不...

Yehliu Geopark(Earth Rock)

J: Yehliu Geopark(South View)

by tim8809, 410 meters away

從正門進來以後,眼前的花草步道風光不變,碧藍的大海、鹹鹹的海風,再往更遠處眺望,還能看見一個身長了頸子,突出於地面的奇岩怪石。 現在,已進入野柳最著名的「石雕公園」了,向左轉,一個個羅列在野柳岬海濱的蕈...

Yehliu Geopark(South View)

This panorama was taken in Taiwan, Asia

This is an overview of Asia

Asia is the biggest continent on Earth, a darling little gem floating around in space.

Hm, what is Asia? Who's in on it?

China and India are safe bets for Asian nations. Korea, Japan, Thailand, you're fine.

Europe? No. Europe would sort of be on the "Asian continent" if not for those pesky Ural mountains dividing things up in the middle, and then also the whole lineage of kings and wealth and nations and the EU and all that "give me my respect" stuff.
Russia would probably be happiest as its own continent, so for now we'll leave it in "Eurasia" and just hope the natural gas supplies keep flowing.

Pakistan and Afghanistan are dang close to Asia, but politically they show up in "Middle East" news stories an awful lot. Verdict: Eurasia.

I guess we'll actually have to consider everything from Turkey on eastward to be "Eurasian", although the moniker seems overlappitory of the territory.

The Asian economy is now officially raging like a wild furnace of lava that consumes everything in its path. Japan has had the largest individual economy in Asia for decades, but it is forecast that both India and China will outstrip Japan within twenty years.

China is the largest holder of United States debt and is positioned to become the world's next superpower, provided that Godzilla doesn't return and decide to stomp everybody back into the Shang Dynasty.

Text by Steve Smith.

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