Kjeragbolten is a 5 square metre rock that has wedged itself in a crevasse between 2 gigantic rocks on Kjerag Mountain, Norway. The valley floor is quite a sight metres below! Caught between a rock and a hard place
This sheep is about to base jump from Kjeragbolten in Norway >>> So is THIS "between a rock and another rock and a hard place"? lol I've had days like that before
Wedged between the walls of a mountain crevice in Norway is a rock called Kjeragbolten. The rock is often stood on by tourists for a crafty photograph whilst attempting not to look down at the drop.
"A yardang in the Algerian desert. A feature caused by wind erosion. The ‘pedestal’ effect is created by wind-blown sand whose cutting force is strongest near ground level."
Spring Tide, September Kalk Bay Harbour 2008 Don't take this personally But I am Big You are small. You are in my way Will you stand or will you crumble ? This is going to be a very busy day At the end of the pier Kalk Bay harbour Cape Peninsula