Split Apple Rock, (Kaiteriteri, S Island, NZ) is a geological rock formation in the Tasman Bay made of granite. The cleft to produce 2 sides of the 'apple' was a natural occurrence. It is unknown when this happened & the cleaving of the rock has attract
Stripy cliffs in Segelsällskarpet Fjord, Northeast Greenland National Park. The colourful layers are part of the Eleonore Bay group and are made up of alternating layers of limestones, dolomites, mud rocks and quartzite's.