DRUMHELLER, ALBERTA, CANADA, JULY 2007
This region is unique because it tells a story of glaciers and erosion that formed the fascinating landscape. It is also the historic home of Canada's great dinosaur finds, the largest in the world. The picture is of a hoodoo. These are 5- to 7-meter-tall rock pillars that took millions of years to form and can erode rapidly if their capstones are dislodged. I climbed up to take a look and was awed at what Mother Nature has done.
Nancy Augustine of St. Petersburg
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