The textbook pattern of linear fissures (grikes) between roughly rectangular blocks (clints) is slightly simplistic, particularly as limestone pavements continue to erode beyond that basic form. A lot depends on the location of weaknesses in the rock, plus the physics of water flow (primarily, laminar vs. channelised). Here, the result reminds me of flames.
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