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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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You can visit the island and view its caves and the puffins by boat from Oban, Dervaig on Mull, Fionnphort and Iona allow between May and September.

There is a landing place used by the tourist boats just north of Am Buachaille, but disembarkation is only possible in calm conditions. The island lacks a genuine anchorage.

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