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Pinnacles Provincial Park Autumn

One of the pinnacles or hoodoos in Pinnacles Provincial Park at the peak of Autumn about 4 weeks ago. The pinnacles, which were once part of an ancient lava flow, have been formed since the end of the last ice age when soft basalt layers eroded away to leave a more resistant ash layers behind. Quesnel, Northern British Columbia, Canada.

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