Karst Topograghy, Minerve, France.
Karst topography is a geological formation shaped by the dissolution of a layer or layers of soluble bedrock, usually carbonate rock such as limestone or dolomite. Karst topography is characterized by subterranean limestone caverns, carved out by groundwater. Karst landforms are generally the result of mildly acidic water acting on weakly soluble limestone or dolomite.
Adapted from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karst
Il faut vraiment que j’aille faire un tour à Minerve cet été, ça fait trop longtemps !
Love the secluded places that my geology degree has taken me too. Not many people go to these beaches in the middle of nowhere with these tiny paths, if they even have paths and get to just breathe it all in.
We were sitting on this large rock overlooking this view and the ocean was directly below us. In that moment I knew how lucky I was and you appreciate it even more because of the amount of work it takes to get there.
FRANZ JOSEF GLACIER, NEW ZEALAND (by André Pipa)
I was here just an itty bitty while ago. I even miss the 6 hour glacier hike in the pouring rain.