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Rainbow Mountains in China. Pictures a  trip to China in  2014. Amazing area with unique colours in the nature. The formation of Zhangye Danxai Landform dates back to 6 million years ago. The Danxia geological structure was formed by the erosion of red sandstone, forming the isolated peaks and steep outcrops. Its special geological structure, combined with long-term weathering, freeze-thaw peeling, and wind and water erosion gave rise to its present appearance.  Photo by Jon Hilmarsson

Rainbow Mountains in China Photo by Jon Hilmarsson — National Geographic Your Shot

Zhangye Danxia. Unaltered image of China's rainbow mountains

These Rainbow Mountains Are China's Secret Geological Wonder

Unaltered image of China's rainbow mountains

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Hills Near Karkala Town by Santhosh Kumar

Hills Near Karkala Town by Santhosh Kumar

Harebells on lichen-covered rocks by Danny Burk

Picture: Harebells on lichen-covered rocks, Split Rock State Park, North Shore, Minnesota

Stone from Mayang's Textures

Stone from Mayang's Textures

Furnace Creek Lake deposits, Death Valley by sjb5

Furnace Creek Lake deposits, Death Valley by

Eroded sandstone rock formations in Medicine Rocks State Park in SE Montana by Alan Majchrowicz

Eroded sandstone rock formations in Medicine Rocks State Park in SE Montana by Alan Majchrowicz

Intertwined Tree Roots  by Daniel Borzynski /

Intertwined Tree Roots by Daniel Borzynski /

Eroded coastline, Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan by Danny Burk

Eroded coastline, Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan by Danny Burk

Green Jewels (decaying paint) by Justin Reznick

Green Jewels (decaying paint) by Justin Reznick

Bacterial mats, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming by Frans Lanting

Bacterial mats, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming by Frans Lanting

Autumn leaves

Autumn leaves, Victoria by Chistian Fletcher

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