Henry Moore was an English sculptor known for his abstract sculptures in bronze and marble and undulating forms with holes, according to many analysts, inspired by landscapes of Yorkshire. However, thousands of miles away, there is a place where the works of Henry Moore seem to be on display, with a notable curiosity are natural rock formations sculpted by erosion for over thousands of years.
They are surely the most curious rocks of Australia:
The images of the rocks (Remarkables Rocks) are on the island Kangaroo, south of Australia, within a protected area of Flinders Chase National Park. The rock carvings are found on a rocky granite eroded by thousands of years. The park is also a sanctuary for endangered species introduced from the mainland.