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The Pinnacles in Western Australia. This is an area of natural limestone pillars rising above the yellow sand of the desert. They are formed by the acid leaching of the surrounding, weaker limestone which has left the more resiliant limestone standing above the desert.
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© 2007 Peter Flindell
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The Pinnacles in Western Australia. This is an area of natural limestone pillars rising above the yellow sand of the desert. They are formed by the acid leaching of the surrounding, weaker limestone which has left the more resiliant limestone standing above the desert.