Incredible rock formations in New Zealand

Cathedral Cove, Coromandel – By Micknz at English Wikipedia, CC BY 3.0, Link

Cathedral Cove – By W. BulachOwn work, CC BY-SA 4.0, Link

World unique surface erosion on basalt rock, due to acidity from kauri trees.  – By (WT-en) Tramp at English WikivoyageOwn work, Public Domain, Link

Koutu Boulders, probably the world’s biggest concretions.  – By (WT-en) Tramp at English WikivoyageOwn work, Public Domain, Link

Koutu Boulders – By Bernard Spragg. NZ from Christchurch, New Zealand – Koutu Boulders. NZ, CC0, Link

Natural vase-like rock formation on Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand  – By Bjankuloski06enOwn work, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link

Cathedral Arch at Archway Island, one of the tallest natural arches in New Zealand at about 40 metres (130 ft) tall  – By Pseudopanax at English WikipediaOwn work, Public Domain, Link

Putangirua Pinnacles, in New Zealand’s Wairarapa district.  – By Simeon W from Wellington, New Zealand – Putangirua Pinnacles, CC BY 2.0, Link

Putangirua Pinnacles – By Touko Maksimainen – [1], accessed 9 April 2007., CC BY 2.5, Link

Elephant Rocks in Waitaki Valley, North Otago  – By Pseudopanax at English WikipediaOwn work, Public Domain, Link

At Moeraki, 40 kilometres south of Oamaru, huge spherical boulders are scattered along the beach. Others can be seen emerging from the sandstone cliffs. Each boulder weighs several tonnes and is up to two metres high. Bernard Spragg. NZ from Christchurch, New Zealand [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons

MSeses [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Nuggets islands  – By Christoph Strässler -https://www.flickr.com/photos/christoph_straessler/16538917742/, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=64251338

Shag Rock Rapanui at Sumner Christchurch, New Zealand  – By Francis Vallance (Heritage Warrior) – https://www.flickr.com/photos/francisvallance/33365847082/, CC BY 2.0, Link

Split Apple Rock Tasman National Park, Rosino [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

By Tristan Schmurr from Luxembourg, Luxembourg – Split Apple Rock, CC BY 2.0, Link

Wharariki Beach  – By Imagea Org – Imported from 500px (archived version) by the Archive Team. (detail page), CC BY-SA 3.0, Link

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6 thoughts on “Incredible rock formations in New Zealand”

  1. Formazioni di roccia speciali, che fanno pensare per le loro particolari dimensioni…
    Un sorriso,silvia

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