Discover Challenge: One, Two, Three!
Nature also appears to favor the creation of its wonders in sets of three. Here are two examples:
Three Rondavels: the three pinnacles of rock rising above the Blyde River Canyon in South Africa’s Mpumalanga’s Province in close proximity to the Kruger National Park. The name is a reference to the beehive shape of the rock formations, which South Africans associate with the traditional dwellings, rondavels, of the indigenous people.
Three Sisters: three distinctively shaped hills situated in the Upper Karoo, Northern Cape Province, South Africa. The Karoo is a semi-desert region with a very low rainfall, cloudless skies, and extremes in temperature.