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Dalian Park of Golden Rocks

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              Dalian Park of Golden Rocks

 

       Golden rocks are very rare in the world.

       It dates back to the Sinian Period of six hundred of million years ago.

       They started from quartz sandstone Sediment sequences.

       Due to earthquake, the sea and land migrated.

       The sea moved forward and back, and the tide went up and down.

       Various shapes of golden rocks were formed after distinct weathering.

       Some rocks look like defense-state turtles, lying-down camels and moving peafowls.

       A giant rocky chivalrous man hero angrily faces giant rocky ruffian.

       The curved paths in stone seams are surprising and joyful.

       This golden world is still a natural mystery.


Remark. It was written on 27 August 2018.

 

                    大连金石园            

 

    金岩形成世上稀,六亿年前震旦纪。

    石英砂岩沉积序,地动海陆渐迁徙。

    海进海退潮落起,差异风化面貌异。

    龟缩驼卧孔雀移,巨人大侠怼恶敌。

    石缝曲径多惊喜,金色世界天然迷。

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      I would use "glimpse" instead of "glance".

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