Pinnacles Provincial Park

in PHOTOGRAPHY [DAC]last month (edited)

Autumn in Northern BC. This shot is of one of the pinnacles or hoodoos in Pinnacles Provincial Park. The pinnacles which were once part of an ancient lava flow have been formed since the end of the last ice age when soft basalt layers eroded away to leave a more resistant ash layers behind. Quesnel, Northern British Columbia, Canada.


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Love those Fall colours!

Nice break from the PNW vibes

Beautiful 👌👌


Those colour contrasts :O

Pinnacles are such interesting structures, especially when they're this gargantuan and you look up at them and wonder what kind of landscape used to be around/on top before it went and left these behind.

it's statistically unlikely to be just me XD

Yep; makes one feel young and the earth feel old.

Interesting formation. Thank you for sharing