Fairy Chimneys

in photography •  3 months ago


Strange landscape of Cappadocia.
Ancient volcanic eruptions blanketed the region in thick ash, which later solidified into a soft rock called ‘tuff’. When the natural forces of wind and water (erosion) did their work, only the harder elements were left behind to form the ‘fairy chimneys’ that can be seen today, stretching as far as 130 feet into the sky.

Photo taken with fujifilm X-T2 camera.


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Love Cappadocia. I was there for a couple of weeks way back in 2001. Would love to go back.

Love Cappadocia. I was there for a couple of weeks way back in 2001. Would love to go back.

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Yes this is a lovely places!

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Such an interesting terrain! Awesome work. Resteemed.

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wow what a cool location!!

Nature creates amazing things with its erosion tools like wind, water, glaciers etc. These geographic structures are wonderful example of nature's creativity.