Photographer's Note

Omarama Clay Cliffs. The Clay Cliffs are a geological wonder; ‘badland’ sharp pinnacles and ridges separated by steep and narrow ravines.rnrnThe Cliffs were created out of layers of silt and gravel deposited by ancient glaciers around 20 million years ago. These layers were compressed, then uplifted by geological activity in the area, then as the high points began to be eroded pinnacles were left behind.

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