Nature’s triptych

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Discover Challenge: One, Two, Three!

Nature also appears to favor the creation of its wonders in sets of three. Here are two examples:

Three Rondavels: the three pinnacles of rock rising above the Blyde River Canyon in South Africa’s Mpumalanga’s Province in close proximity to the Kruger National Park. The name is a reference to the beehive shape of the rock formations, which South Africans associate with the traditional dwellings, rondavels, of the indigenous people.

Three Rondavels, Mpumalanga, South Africa Three Rondavels, Mpumalanga, South Africa

Three Sisters: three distinctively shaped hills situated in the Upper Karoo, Northern Cape Province, South Africa. The Karoo is a semi-desert region with a very low rainfall, cloudless skies, and extremes in temperature.

Three Sisters, Upper Karoo, Northern Cape, South Africa Three Sisters, Upper Karoo, Northern Cape, South Africa

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