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CLIMBERS TACKLE 200FT TOTEM POLE

TOWERING 65 metres into the sky, this terrifying accent is a dream for climbers. The Totem Pole is a natural rock formation, known as a sea or coastal stack, located at Cape Hauy in Tasmania, Australia, where it attracts adventurers from across the world. A sea stack is a steep and often vertical column of rock, found in the sea or near the coast and formed by erosion. These amazing photographs were captured by Australian photographer Simon Carter, 47, after he decided to capture climbers tackling the unique landmark.

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