Elephant in the Cliff, Heimaey.

ele-1Photograph by Diego Delso. Licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikimedia Commons
Here’s a few photos of a natural rock formation off the coast of Iceland that looks like an imposing elephant with its trunk dipped in the Atlantic.
Located on the island of Heimaey, the mountainous shape appears to be formed mostly from basalt rock that has the uncanny appearance of wrinkled elephant skin.
You can see few more shots over on Flickr. (thnx, Amber!)
Source: An Elephant Appears to Emerge from a Cliff Face in Iceland | Colossal

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3 Responses

  1. Awesome photos, very interesting subject. Thanks, they were enjoyed and gave me a bit of inspiration as well 😉


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