Third of a series of three views of the spectacular folds in the Calico Hills just east of Barstow, California.
Mudrocks with fine laminations from basinward of the Cathedral Escarpment, cleaved and folded during Canadian Rockies mountain-building.
An exposure on the west side of Cabbage Island, Boothbay Harbor, Maine.
Cirque Peak, north of Helen Lake.
F2 and F3 folds in metasedimentary gneiss, west of Mt Boothby radio repeater tower.
Outcrop near Bow Falls in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada exhibiting tool marks on the bottom of a sandy bed, and folds in the shale beds. Part of the Triassic-aged Spray River Group.
These siltstones, shales, sandstones, and coals were deformed during Canadian Rockies mountain building.
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