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Painted Cliffs, Maria Island
The Painted Cliffs of Maria Island, a small mountainous island off the east coast of Tasmania. The cliffs are made of sandstone with patterns formed through staining by iron oxide. The entire island is taken up by Maria Island National Park and has no permanent residents, apart from some park rangers.Photo: JJ Harrison

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