Dishes stacked one upon another
and the floors of a building can be thought of as one stacked upon another
and rocks strategically placed, layered so that they too form a kind of a stack are all man made. A stack of pancakes is delicious to eat but my favourite stack
are those formed in nature. Pancake rocks are found in the South Island of New Zealand at Punakaiki, a most appropriate name for rocks that look like a stack of pancakes as it means sweet food.
The pancake layering is due to alternating layers of marine animals and plant matter, hard and soft layering eroding at different rates.
In response to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge.