<strong>Staffa</strong> / 2012-01-18 von Kay Kobryn<br />Kurzbeschrieb: Sechseckige Säulen aus Basalt auf der Insel Staffa (Giant’s Causeway, Schottland)<br />Kamera/Modell: Canon EOS 30D<br />Aufnahmedatum: 2011:06:06 16:38:11<br />Brennweite:70 | Blende:8 | Verschlusszeit:1/250 | ISO:400
Taken from Richard Kearton's book, this photo shows a storage hut surmounted by a small mound of earth bristling with white spikes. The wooden door is propped up by the jawbone of a whale. It looks as if the spikes were meant to deter seabirds from alighting on, and nesting in, the turf roof. St Kilda
Basalt Prismenwand am Gangolfsberg in der Rhön
UK: "the machair, the long ribbon of meadows behind the beaches on the western side of the Western Isles. The beaches themselves are spectacular, broad causeways of brilliant white shell-sand fringing a blue Atlantic, and it is this sand which provides the machair with a substrate enormously rich in calcium carbonate and thus favourable to plant growth..."
Natures sculpture, Aldeyjarfoss, Iceland nature is the master artisan we are only its students ,(Miyo Jergen, 2014) nature as the sculptor , wonders of geology as naturally occurring abstract modernism ...place to see