An interesting rock formation created by wind, rain and snow is found on one of the small islands along the Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve along the St. Lawrence River east of Sept-Iles, Quebec, Canada.
This stone head was likely developed over time by the actions of rain and or snow driven by relentless winds. The re were other small features of stone along on marvellous park reserve.
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