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Earth Pyramids, Italy

Item # 1140177

Juerg Alean

<p>Earth Pyramids. These spires are an example of a landform known as hoodoos. They are composed of unconsolidated material (moraine) deposited by glaciers during the last Ice Age (about 20,000 years ago). Each pillar is capped by a piece of rock that protects it from erosion. The unprotected material is eroded by rains, gradually forming a spire. Hoodoos form over long periods of time in sites sheltered from winds and in areas that have experienced varying periods of aridity and humidity. Photographed near Bozen, Italy</p>

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<p>Print your favorite art in vibrant colors and fine detail good enough for the Guggenheim. No matter if it's abstract art, classic art, or photography, we only use archival inks for spot-on color accuracy that won't fade over time. Featured art: #2608913</p>

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<p>Install your new abstract or classic art in 10 minutes or less with our pre-installed sawtooth hanging hardware and easy-to-manage lightweight design. Even though they're light, our rock-solid construction ensures they show up strong.</p>

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