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The Cube.

Paul Mitchell

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The cube can be seen at the side of the 17 mile self drive through Monument Valley.
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Piquet

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Is it natural, if so it's amazing.
 

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That is amazing
 

Paul Mitchell

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Monument Valley is made up of buttes. They are whats left after everything else has eroded away. And they are continually eroding away as well. The Cube is just a big rock that fell down from the left side in this pic.

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Ha....that's cool. Reminds me of the wedge at Clachtoll.
 
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