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Rock Formations

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Horizontal stratification in the coastal natural rock formations adjacent to the Tasman Arch. Supai Spire, near 23 1/2 rapid on the Colorado River. Grasses growing in the tidal pools of the Tessellated Pavement. Paving tile-like formation of the Tessellated Pavement. Small beach and settlement adjacent to the Tessellated Pavement. South along the coast from the Tasman Arch. Vertical panorama east over the Tessellated Pavement natural rock formation towards the Tasman Sea. Straight jointed lines of the Tessellated Pavement. Well-worn and not so worn sections of the Tessellated Pavement. Mollusc trails under shallow water on the Tessellated Pavement. Saline resistant plant growth on the Tessellated Pavement. Small waves break over the Tessellated Pavement. Southerly view from Tasman Arch towards Hippolyte Rocks and Cape Huay. Algal and plant growth on the Tessellated Pavement. Looking down into the back of the Tasman Arch natural rock formation collapsed surface opening. Impressive Tasman Arch natural rock formation. Tidal flats and algae of the Tessellated Pavement. Looking back out to sea over the narrow cleft in the coast, the Devils Kitchen natural rock formation. Tasman Arch natural rock formation. Looking down into the Devils Kitchen natural rock formation at the sea extending in the cleft. Tiers behind the Tessellated Pavement. Weathered and worn section of the Tessellated Pavement. Seaweed, kelp and mollusc trails on the Tessellated Pavement. Looking down on the Tessellated Pavement natural rock formation. View east from the Tessellated Pavement. View east from the Tessellated Pavement towards the Tasman Sea. Volcanic formations on the banks of the Colorado River below Lava Falls. One step back from the Tessellated Pavement. Looking south over the waves breaking on the Tessellated Pavement to Eaglehawk Neck. Looking down into the Devils Kitchen natural rock formation at the inner extent of the cleft.

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