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Yeliu Geopark, Taiwan

 
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Oct 09, 2008 00:34 |  #1

About 45min out of Taipei, this places was a great place for photos. It was the day before the typhoon so I was dreading I wouldn't be able to see everything I wanted. Turned out to be ok/cloudy. You can hike around the area - up a small hill but not many good lookouts to see the ocean and area. The rock formations were very interesting and unique I must say!

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#3 Close up how the formations look
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#4 The waves really do creep up on you fast
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#7 Some other people waiting for waves to break for some photos
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Oct 09, 2008 00:43 |  #2

Looks like the overcast day gave you nice light to shoot in!


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Oct 09, 2008 01:21 |  #3

Those are some cool rock formations. Wish I could take some photos there. Good job.


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Oct 09, 2008 04:11 |  #4

this is such a beautiful place.you have really great shots!


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Mar 02, 2010 17:30 |  #5

it's amazing how the waves can formed such a beautiful shape on the rocks.


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Mar 02, 2010 20:36 |  #6

Great shots, thanks for sharing. I never knew this place existed.




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Mar 02, 2010 20:45 |  #7

Nice shots. Looks like a great place to visit.


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Mar 03, 2010 00:57 |  #8

Nice series of shots. Looks like a really cool place. Shot #2 would be stunning without people in it haha. Beautiful area.


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Mar 11, 2010 16:46 |  #9

Another brown rock

Great photos of rocks!

I have one of a brown rock too but a much less spectacular that yours, mine is from the other point of the world, from a Brazilian beach.

Big brown rock at Brazil beach:

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Do you know why the rocks on your photos have that strange holes?

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