Travel Photography Photos tagged as geology
What is accepted as the edge of the North American tectonic plate. Situated in Thingvellir National Park, Iceland.
interesting geology.. looks like brain i think
sugarloaf at hallet cove
This is what I was talking about. The geology around this area is amazing, it makes me want to go back to University again!!!
We pulled off Hwy 101 and saw this sign on the road into La Conchita. A mud slide killed 10 people here in 2005.
The large scar on the left is from a 1995 mudslide. The smaller one to the right is from 2005.
These unusual rock formations are part of the Ouachita Fold Belt, formed roughly the same time as the Appalachian Mountains (275-290 million years ago)
These are highly deformed rock formations of the Ouachita Fold Belt.
These are almost vertical rock layers in the Ouachita Fold Belt, formed abt. 275 - 290 million years ago.
Rocks erosion by the St-Lawrence River
Shot of Lower Antelope Canyon. This side of the canyon has an immense variety of shades of reds and oranges that are unbelievable, and change constantly with the sun's position.
Another shot of Lower Antelope Canyon. This side of the canyon has an immense variety of shades of reds and oranges that are unbelievable, and change constantly with the sun's position.