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Yehliu Geopark(Earth Rock)
Taiwan

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,永遠生生不息。

完整的圓球結核,有如明珠,所以又稱珠石。

Copyright: Tim8809
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12784x6392
Uploaded: 20/10/2009
Updated: 29/08/2014
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Tags: park; yehliu; taipei; taiwan
  • tim8809 24 days ago
    Thanks a lot !
  • Dybdal Jensen Ulla 25 days ago
    Thank you for letting me vue these amazing pictures - I love Iceland
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