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What amazing colours. I've seen painted sand dunes but that's the first time I've seen rocks like this. I would have been fascinated too. Thanks for sharing.


I've never heard of these rocks - they're beautiful! Can you only see them from a boat?

Meagan Shamy (@MeaganShamy)

I've never been to that area of the United States and actually never heard of these rocks. For some reason my kids always enjoy learning about rocks.

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