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Talyuberlup 3rd Pillar Stirling Range
Australia
Sometimes getting lost is not a bad thing. Like some gentleman named Ralph Waldo Emerson once said: “Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail”. So I did: I diverged from the main trail leading to the peak and followed faint path squeezing through the thick bush (more scratches again). Well, it paid off: I arrived at the bottom of the Talyuberlup's pillars - magnificent rock formations created over millions of years and now proudly rising from the bush. This nature's masterpiece seems to contradict the laws of physics, with its layers of rock suspended over the void - it's hard to believe that it's still standing today.
Copyright: Tomasz makarewicz
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Uploaded: 06/11/2011
Updated: 11/08/2014
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Tags: stirling range; stirling; mountains; talyuberlup; 3rd pillar; third; pillar; pillars; rocks; formations; climbing; bushwalking; hiking; bush; makarewicz; western australia; australia; oz; wa
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