An exposure on the west side of Cabbage Island, Boothbay Harbor, Maine.
Leucosomes cross-cut distorted and isoclinally-folded S0/S1 fabric in metasedimentary gneiss, north of Mt Boothby radio repeater station.
F2 and F3 folds in metasedimentary gneiss, west of Mt Boothby radio repeater tower.
A slab of differentially-weathered Archean gneiss from the Spanish Peaks region of the Gallatin Range, Montana. Part of the Wyoming Craton.
M-folds and isoclinal transposition folds (F2) of S0/S1 in metasedimentary gneiss, NW of Mt Boothby radio repeater station.
The cliff face consists of granitic gneisses cut by basaltic dikes. It is elevated above the surrounding area by a fault near the edge of the Adirondack Mountains.
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