It has been a sacred site for thousands of years known to the Kaytetye aboriginal people of Australia as Karlu Karlu and is known as such in four local languages.
When first seen by Europeans in the nineteenth century, however, it was not long before the place had been given a new name - The Devil's Marbles. Many of the 'marbles' are poised, almost at tipping point it seems and with spectacular visible effect.
(thanks Robert-John)The Presurfer
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