Photographer's Note

Finland does not have high mountains, but it wouldn't be fair to call it entirely flat either. Finnish bedrock is remains of ancient mountains billions of years old. And ice ages have removed loose soil revealing uneven rock formations, and lower mostly lake covered areas between them. All that loose soil was pushed to ridge formations made of sand and gravel.

Cliffs of Viitastenperä by the lake Hervantajärvi.

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Additional Photos by Kari Tanskanen (ktanska) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 4359 W: 62 N: 7477] (42584)
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