Sunrise at Moeraki Rocks, New Zealand
Up super early before dawn, on a cold and dreary morning, down towards the southern tip of New Zealand’s south island, to photograph what looks like artificially sculptured rocks that have been placed randomly along Moeraki beach. However, these balls scattered along the beach are not artificial, but natural. They range in size from a few dozen centimetres, to over 2 metres in diameter, and have taken several million years to form.
You can read more about them in their Wikipedia article.
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