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Weird balls of sandstone we found on a beach in New Brunswick. They are about 30-50cm across and seem to be layered. Anybody know how they formed? I had…

The wind was so bad that day (See yesterdays post) I opted to concentrate on close in photos of lil bitty hoodoos in hopes of creating the illusion of something…

Little visited and largely unknown, the Bisti Badlands is an amazingly scenic and colorful expanse of undulating mounds and unusual eroded rocks covering 4,000…

The 38,305-acre Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness is a remote desolate area of steeply eroded badlands which offers some of the most unusual scenery found in the Four…

Step Falls is a dramatic series of cascades and pools along Wight Brook, with a total drop of over 200 feet. A well marked trail leads about 1/2 mile along the…

Sandy Point Beach on Cousins Island is well known to the geology crowd. It was named the Geologic Site of the Month in April 2008 by the Maine Geological…

Marginal Way - Ogunquit, Maine When the super continent Pangea started to break up between 210 and 130 million years ago, molten magma shot up through the…

Isle of Whithorn, is one of the most southerly villages and seaports in Scotland, lying on the coast north east of Burrow Head, about three miles from Whithorn…

High on Ilkley Moor in North Yorkshire England the Cow and Calf Rocks are a large rock formation consisting of an outcrop and boulder, also known as…
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