Cheesewring

Photo Spot in England

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Cheesewring - Photo by Darren Shilson

Cheesewring - Photo by Darren Shilson

Cheesewring is a natural geological formation of granite slabs, formed by weathering over the course of hundreds of years. Large discs of stones are stacked atop each other in bizarre formations that seem as though they should not be able to stand upright without toppling, but they do. Some of the slabs are up to 30 feet across, and sit atop much smaller rocks. As a bonus from the top of Stowes Hill you have a nice panoramic view of the surrounding area. (Minions, Cornwall, England)

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