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Gorges in the ruddy sandstone of the Vindhya plateau gave him respite from the midday heat.
Bohorquez chuckled) and a six-ton sandstone statue carved by Miguel Sopó Duque that depicts Jesus being taken down from the cross by Mary Magdalene and Joseph of Arimathea.
In the Gobi desert of Mongolia, dinosaurs are often found in soft sandstone.
The Procession Panel holds petroglyphs, and the River House is nested beneath a sandstone cliff along the San Juan River, where rock art, pottery shards and stone tools remain on the ground.
Often, underneath the loose sand of a beach is a layer of hard, compacted sand, which could be on its way to becoming sandstone if the necessary cement, pressure and heat ever appear — and if is not eroded by severe storms.
The park features an outcropping of Marshall sandstone with more than 100 petroglyphs carved into its surface by native people.
In the main house, which has an infinity pool, sandstone structural details are complemented by recycled timber furniture and leather club chairs.
Its gorgeous canyons are filled with prehistoric buttes (narrow, flat-top hills) and sandstone spires.
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