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Columnar Basalts are rock formations resulting from the quick cooling of lava flow.
Fractures form in a random cellular network (similar to soap bubbles, organic cells, etc.), though the average distribution of sides is six, giving the hexagonal structures an eerie man-made appearance.
They can be used as anchors for decorative gates, landscape focal points, signage, water features, lighting fixtures, mailboxes or retaining walls.