This is a series of transgressive gravel barriers that have been cut by Dove Creek. The camera is mounted on a Stansbury age barrier.
Almost nailed the lighting, until the clouds rolled in right at the end.
A gorgeous example of a structural duplex in a classic area.
Hand-held panorama; sorry about the missing stuff. Stitched using Microsoft ICE.
Cambrian-aged rocks that began as seafloor sediments (shaly mud) and were squeezed and metamorphosed during the Appalachian Orogenic cycle.
It's not all layer cake stratigraphy!
Bryce Canyon National Park
... near Cannondale, Utah.
A small section of this same place:
but with the inclusion of three students for scale.
Driving down into the Grand Canyon along the Hurricane Fault.
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