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Recumbent chevron folds in Early Pennsylvania graywacke and shale of the Bude Formation at Millook Havem on the north coast of Cornwall, southwestern Britain, record the development and deformation of the Varsican foreland basin -- testifying to the closure of the Rheic Ocean during the mid- to Late Pennsylvanian Variscan orogeny. From: GSA Today, Vol. 18, No. 12 (Dec.2009)
Amazing Geology: Argentina, Salta, Cafayate.
Fault exposure...and some glacial diamicton.
A winter sunset, North Cornish Coast, Cornwall, England
There's a scary answer for why Siberia is turning into Swiss cheese: Mother Nature has gas, so to speak, and we gave it to her.http://www.nbcnews.com/science/environment/siberian-holes-could-be-visible-effect-global-warming-experts-say-n174331 Siberian Holes Could Be 'Visible Effect' of Global Warming, Experts Say - NBC News
She dances to his pull as he shines on her splendor... Black Sand Magic - giclee by ©Roy Tabora http://taborastudio.com
San Andeas Fault - SpoOoOoOky!
Contorted stone beside Engabreen glacier in Norway.
Sub-glacial folding and shearing of Quaternary sands, Denmark
Ropey lava flow. Fernandina Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
Chevron folds in ribbon chert, southern Oregon coast.
"From the air, the Wasatch fault zone, on the edge of Salt Lake City, shows many features indicative of recent earthquakes. These features include a straight and abrupt mountain front, faceted spurs, and wineglass canyons." Caption from link
stratified rock formations Pancake Rocks - NZ