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severe_009 11 year s ago
Interesting? Is there an explanation why it is like that or is it man-made?
       
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AJW 11 year s ago
An 8-bit island. Who would have thought?
       
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lolzz 11 year s ago
I seen that before in Mario world
       
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Tarzan 11 year s ago
mesmerizing....
       
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Subgroover 11 year s ago
FYI: They "pillars" are columnar joints. These develop due to slow cooling of basalt. The fractures are produced as it accommodates contraction as it cools due to the internal crystal-structure of basalt. Although this all happened underground, it got exposed as everything around it eroded away.
       
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Many famous personalities visited the island after it was discovered by Sir Joseph Banks in the 18 th century. He was fascinated by the natural beauty of the basalt columns and its main sea cavern, which Banks re-named 'Fingal's Cave'. Among the prominent people who visited the island were Queen Victoria and Felix Mendelssohn, who later brought further fame to the island by writing  the island very beautiful and gave a name to its main sea cavern during the 18th and 19th centuries. The island came to prominence in the late 18th century after a visit by Hebrides Overture opus 26.

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