This undated photo provided by State of Oregon, Oregon Parks and Recreation Department shows a natural rock formation that was found in pieces last week at Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area which is a state park in Pacific City, Ore. The sandstone pedestal was roughly 7 feet to 10 feet across and located in a fenced off section of the park.
This undated photo provided by State of Oregon, Oregon Parks and Recreation Department shows a natural rock formation that was found in pieces last week at Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area which is a state park in Pacific City, Ore. The sandstone pedestal was roughly 7 feet to 10 feet across and located in a fenced off section of the park. State of Oregon, Oregon Parks and Recreation Department via AP
This undated photo provided by State of Oregon, Oregon Parks and Recreation Department shows a natural rock formation that was found in pieces last week at Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area which is a state park in Pacific City, Ore. The sandstone pedestal was roughly 7 feet to 10 feet across and located in a fenced off section of the park. State of Oregon, Oregon Parks and Recreation Department via AP

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