High Cliff limestone

A pointed tower of limestone rock stands next to wall of limestone under a forest canopy.

Limestone formations along the western edge of High Cliff State Park. My favorite spot in the park.

A flat, top surface of a limestone cliff, which has a lot of cracks. All of the cracked edges are rounded and smooth.

The soft nature of the limestone is very apparent here, as the surfaces that get rain and other weather are worn smooth, but the undersides remain jagged and sharp.

Looking up at an overhanging limestone cliff. The edges of the rock are very rough and jagged.

Hiking trail through a short wall of limestone.

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