My, my, my, that's fantastic! Most definitely nature's own sculptures! I agree soil erosion is normally not a good thing, but this instance certainly makes for beautiful shots. A lot of "work" went into those sculptures.
Beautiful, Carole! Her (I think Arizona) we have the Painted Desert - it looks so much like your first pic. And petrified wood (which has the glaze of a jewel) lies everywhere.
Nature is so amazing. The erosion has certainly created some interesting sculptures.
what a great shot of the tree :)
Amazing how that tree was left "high and dry" as you said! What a fantastic photo!
I would agree, nature is amazing. The natural sculptures are neat and I love the tree stump. Great captures. Happy Sunday!
I love the tree stump, and you are so right it belongs in an art gallery. Isn't nature the greatest!
fabulous shots, carole. truly beautiful, even in nature's destruction.
I've seen many scenes like your first photo on a grand scale in the deserts of the southwest, but the tree stump stranded...now that is unique. I agree with you, that stump would make a wonderful piece of home art. Wonderful pictures all.
The photos are picturesque, and filled with nature's loveliness, textures and tones.
Beautiful, we have many locations in Alberta that has similar formations. We call them Whodoos. These are found in Central Alberta where Dinosaur fossils are found. Are there any fossils in Australia?
That's pretty cool- what a neat pic@!
Carole, what amazing pictures of natures sculpture. I agree that the tree stump could be in a gallery foyer, but I think the first one could be as well. Great job!
thanks all for your comments. Horst: Yes, there are fossils in Australia. I'll have a new post coming along soon to show you some I saw today too.
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