sandstone pillars


Baze Malbus is by and large a simple man. His needs, few: warm clothing and a dry place to sleep, the prospect of food, a good drink, a well-maintained blaster. His wants, even fewer: keeping Chirrut safe, keeping Chirrut happy, also the complete and utter destruction of the Empire.

Oh, and the privilege of being able to ogle Chirrut whenever he pleases. At the moment, this means leaning against a sandstone pillar on the edge of one of Jedha City’s market plazas, idly checking over the wiring in his cannon by feel rather than sight, as his eyes are occupied with the graceful figure of his partner a few dozen feet away going through his morning kata.

anonymous asked:

You are a river made of stars and darkness. The twisting forms of nebulae, lined with rot. You are a torch held towards a cavern of corpse-wind, and a single sandstone pillar. (Sorry if you find this overly harsh. I spend a lot of my time doing things like this so I try to be as accurate as I can)

Wow this is so pretty thank you!!!

Easter Broomhouse Standing Stone, East Lothian, Scotland

This standing stone commands a prominent position on a ridge south of Easter Broomhouse with views over the North Sea and Dunbar. The red sandstone pillar is about 9 ft high and about 6 ft in girth at the base where it is roughly rectangular. There are three cup marks on its west face. Deep grooves on the base of the stone were caused by a steam-plough.

                            The Holy land by Spiros Lioris

This is Meteora Monastery located at  Kalabaka, Greece.It’s one of the largest and most important complexes of Greek Orthodox monasteries in Greece,             second only to Mount Athos. The six monasteries are built on natural             sandstone rock pillars, at the northwestern edge of the Plain of Thessaly.

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Photograph by Michael Yamashita. @yamashitaphoto: The otherworldly cliffs of China’s Zhangjiajie National Forest Park were the real world inspiration for the floating Hallelujah Mountains of Pandora in James Cameron’s film ‘Avatar’. Pictured here is the 'Avatar Hallelujah Mountain’ the 3,544ft quartz-sandstone pillar most featured in the movie. #Wulingyuan #Zhangjiajie #mountains #Avatar #China @natgeocreative @thephotosociety by natgeo

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Nice driveby road view of the sandstone pillars in Badlands National Park