National Geographic Travel

Photo by @taylorglenn // In Utah’s Cathedral Valley, these incredible boulders made of basalt and andesite were deposited throughout the desert during massive landslides and then are distributed throughout the landscape by the erosive forces of water. Completely out of place and visually stunning. Follow @taylorglenn for more from the West and beyond. #utah #desert #geology #travel #nature

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@galy_sport

Great insta!!

@mirco.sanchez

@perottimd erosión diferencial. Zarpado

@healthychill

No scale, no use :(

@cramd

Neat

@benowmehere

😍❤️

@manhead56

I just saw the one on the left move...

@marcideus

Parecem botões de brinquedos...

@photos.bynova

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@tm1154

Looks like Musson touched it, in utah

@ramizaksoy

👏🏼

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@raman.thapa.9615

Its very good and special # believe that

@kevin_mp87

@natgeotravel trying to get a sense of scale, how big are these rocks?

@luxurytoursegypt

Awesome 😍

@chioccochyu

Sorry to be out of topic, but this beautiful scene sort of reminds me of all the times I was wandering around in the desert in the game “Breath of the Wild” as Link and I cannot stop feeling the urge of picking up those stones lol

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@ozlem.bulut.9461

Gok tasimi onlar

@muratate.s

👏👏👏👏👏🙏

@upendosafarisandtours

This is beautiful

@ahma_cal

👏👌Amazing. Outstanding💕

@saurin_n

@alondra_ohz me recordó a un documental que vimos del desierto 🤪

@aliendoor

❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

@cigdembyrktr

İnteresting

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