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Sea stacks
March 12, 2010

Sea Stacks, Outer Hebrides

This Month in Photo of the Day: National Geographic Magazine Features Their crumpled layers as old as the continents, the sea stacks and cliffs of the Outer Hebrides in Scotland offer jagged reminders of the forces that drove Europe, North America, and Greenland apart as the North Atlantic began to open 60 million years ago. See more photographs from the January 2010 feature story "Edge of the World."
Photograph by Jim Richardson

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