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  • 07:22, 15 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P225312.jpg (Magheramorne Quarry, County Antrim. Looking S. Section at Magheramorne Quarry. Tertiary basalt lavas resting on Chalk (Upper Cretaceous).)
  • 07:21, 15 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P225292.jpg (Knockmore Cliff, County Fermanagh. Looking SW. Knockmore Cliff. Scarp and scree in massive limestone, probably Upper Limestone, Carboniferous Limestone Series.)
  • 07:21, 15 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P225275.jpg (Cushendun. Raised beach caves in massive Old Red Sandstone conglomerate.)
  • 07:20, 15 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P223200.jpg (Castle Folds, a small mesa on Orton Knott with the Eden Valley and Alston Block in the background. Limestone pavement on the Knife Scar Limestone at Castle Folds. Limestone pavement on the Knife Scar Limestone about 40 m. above the base of that formation.)
  • 07:20, 15 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P222619.jpg (50 m W. of Grimbald Crag, Knaresborough. Looking SE. The Carboniferous/Permian unconformity at Grimbald Crag, Knaresborough. Oolitic limestones of the Lower Magnesian Limestone - Upper Subdivision rest unconformably upon a buried hill of slightly redde...)
  • 15:00, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P222612.jpg (100 m. SE of Low Bridge, Knaresborough. Chapel of Our Lady of the Crag (restored), formerly St. Robert's Chapel. A small chapel hewn from the Lower Magnesian Limestone - Upper Subdivision. The limestone is composed of large-scale (5-18 m. sets) of cros...)
  • 14:59, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P222330.jpg (Crag Lough and Highfield Crags, Roman Wall. North-facing scarp of the Whin Sill ponding back the lake which probably occupies the site of a once far more extensive glacial lake. Flat ground to the right underlain by peat and alluvium. Note gaps in the ...)
  • 14:59, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P221294.jpg (Blackhall Rocks. Looking N. Eastern tip of headland, showing algal stromatolitic ?Hartlepool and Roker Dolomite with conspicuous bed of coarse rolled stromatolite blocks.)
  • 14:58, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P220598.jpg (Blea Tarn and Langdale. Glaciated upland scenery. Blea Tarn occupies a combe, the backwall of which has been removed by the valley glacier that flowed down Great Langdale (seen in the distance).)
  • 14:58, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P220426.jpg (Brighouse, 3 km. S. of Borgue. Looking NE. S1 cleavage in Carghidown Formation, Hawick Group.)
  • 14:58, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P220190.jpg (Dobb's Linn. Large groove cast on base of greywacke bed. The main waterfall flows down the slightly overturned base of a thick greywacke bed. The large groove casts are seen to the right of the waterfall.)
  • 14:57, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P219790.jpg (Dippal Burn. Bedded siltstones and sandstones. Dippal Burn Formation.)
  • 14:57, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P219672.jpg (Viewpoint from Glen Torridon Road, looking S. into unnamed river valley. Hummocky moraines of probable Loch Lomond Readvance age. Glen Torridon.)
  • 14:56, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P219662.jpg (N. of Loch Quoich, Kinloch Hourn Road and NE of Loch a' Choire Bheithe. Glenfinnan Group. Folded striped psammite and pelite typical of the Glenfinnan Group. Axial fabrics can be seen in pelite beside the hammer.)
  • 14:56, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P219228.jpg (Ballagan Burn, 1.2 km. E. of Strathblane. Alternating bands of mudstone and cementstone. Ballagan Beds of Lower Carboniferous age.)
  • 14:55, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P213679.jpg (Vinesend Quarry. Much Wenlock Limestone Formation. View of west-dipping thinly-bedded to nodular-bedded limestone and shales.)
  • 14:54, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P213293.jpg (Looking south-east at the working face of quarry in Woburn Sands (Lower Cretaceous). Pratts Quarry, Joseph Arnold and Sons Ltd., Leighton Buzzard. This quarry south of Leighton Buzzard exploits the 'Red Sands' at the top of the Woburn Sands sequence. U...)
  • 14:54, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P213128.jpg (Waterfall in stream gulley, 750 m. at 278 degrees from Bilfield Farm. Dessication crack casts on the sole of a sandstone in the St. Maughan's Formation. Upward view of the base of a sandstone bed forming a prominent undercut waterfall. Sand has infille...)
  • 14:53, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P212915.jpg (Canon Bridge, Hereford. Kettle hole in glacial moraine. The Canon Bridge area is underlain by gravels of the Devensian Kettle Moraine. This gives rise to a moundy topography with abundant kettle holes caused by the melting of sub-surface ice.)
  • 14:52, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P212583.jpg (Shrewley Canal cutting, c. 150 m. north-west of the tunnel portal. Basal beds of Arden Sandstone at type locality. The highest beds shown are interbedded mudstones, siltstones and sandstones, the latter being more resistant and predominantly lenticular...)
  • 14:52, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P211781.jpg (Orsett Depot Quarry, West Pit. Looking NE. Woolwich Beds. Large-scale cross-stratification of Woolwich Beds showing interbedded pebbles and sands with clay laminae in the upper part of the sequence.)
  • 14:51, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P211084.jpg (Crawley Church is typical of most older parish churches in Britain being constructed almost completely from locally available materials, in this case sandstone from the Upper Tunbridge Wells Sand Formation and clay ironstone from the Weald Clay Formati...)
  • 14:51, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P209677.jpg (View north-east from Bwlch-y-Clwydd along Cwmparc. A typical small coal mining village, Cwmparc, showing ribbon-development along the valley from its confluence at Treorchy (right middle distance) with the Rhondda Fawr. On the hillslopes lines of old c...)
  • 14:50, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P207609.jpg (On shore, W. side of Humphrey Head, 3 m. SW of Grange-over-Sands. Looking W. Permian Brockram. To show more detailed lithology. Note the angular fragments, most of which are Carboniferous Limestone converted into dolomite, and the absence of sorting.)
  • 14:50, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P104211.jpg (North-east shoulder of Ben Alder, near Culra Bothy. Folds in Grampian Group psammites on the north-east shoulder of Ben Alder. Crenulation associated with folds.)
  • 14:33, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P064460.jpg (N. of Carstairs, looking SW. Carstairs Kames, view of sand and gravel ridges, peaty hollows and workings of Eastend Pit.)
  • 14:32, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P064459.jpg (Gargunnock Hills, north scarp.)
  • 14:32, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P063592.jpg (Montserrat. Pyroclastic flow in Tar River Valley.)
  • 14:30, 14 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P018619.jpg (Douglas Bay, Isle of Man. Very thin (-thin) bedded sandstone and mudstone of Lonan Formation.)
  • 10:35, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P008633.jpg (Auchterteang. Migmatitic psammite/micaceous psammite. F2 minor folds with S2 shears developed on fold limbs with new segregations.)
  • 10:34, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P008464.jpg (Portobello, sea cliffs on S. side of bay. Large monoformal fold pair. From complex fold zone within the greywackes of the Upper Ordovician Kirkcolm Formation.)
  • 10:33, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P008440.jpg (Kirkmabreck Quarry, Creetown. Microdiorite dykes in metasandstone above granite (Bench 3) looking north-east. Microdiorite dykes, approximately bed-parallel in the darker metasediment (see D3920-D3921 for details) above the contact (left of, and above ...)
  • 10:33, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P008322.jpg (Castlebay, Isle of Barra. Lewisian gneiss, Heaval.)
  • 10:32, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P008309.jpg (Rubh' Aird-mhicheil, South Uist. Layered basic body in Lewisian gneiss. Banded basic/anorthositic layered body in Lewisian gneiss.)
  • 10:09, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P008228.jpg (Craig y Benglog. Looking N. Bedded hyalocastite', associated with pillow lavas on Craig y Benglog. Benglog Volcanic Formation. This massive unit has a very limited vertical and lateral extent. The massive lower part consists of lapilli-sized fragments ...)
  • 10:08, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P008226.jpg (SW slope of Craig y Benglog. Looking N. Pillow lava in the Benglog Volcanic Formation (Ordovician).)
  • 10:08, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P008214.jpg (SE slope of Foel Traian. Looking W. Columnar joints. Columnar jointing developed in a dolerite sill intruded between the Allt Lwyd Formation and the overlying acid volcanics.)
  • 10:07, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P008157.jpg (Coastal cliff, 1 m. SSW of Upper Borth. Harp Rock'. The base of Aberystwyth Grits is taken here at the bottom of the lowest of the three prominent turbidites.)
  • 10:07, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P007969.jpg (Scarp at Cynant Isaf, NNW of Lanfair Talhaiarn. Elwy Group: (scanicus Zone or above). 'Cynant Beds' interbedded sandstones and disturbed beds.)
  • 10:06, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P007928.jpg (Trwyn Maen Melyn. Gwna Melange (Precambrian). Gwna Melange with white quartzite blocks.)
  • 10:06, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P007923.jpg (South Stack. Folded schists of the Mona Complex. These Precambrian rocks exhibit corrugation in the softer beds and vertical foliation in the harder ones.)
  • 10:05, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P007705.jpg (Coastal section from Lavernock to Penarth. Looking N. Coastal section from Lavernock to Penarth Head. On the left, Penarth Group black shales overlie Keuper Tea Green Marl and Red Marl with gentle southerly dip. These beds form the southern limb of a s...)
  • 10:05, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P007651.jpg (Galchen, Llandewi Rhydderch. ? Psammosteus Limestone. Recent exposure of nodular to rubbly calcrete, thought to be the Psammosteus Limestone. This is taken as the junction between St. Maughan's Group above and Raglan Marl below (Lower Old Red Sandstone...)
  • 10:04, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P007523.jpg (High Cup Gill. Looking S. Whin Sill pinnacle on north side of High Cup Gill, showing rude columnar jointing.)
  • 10:04, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P007442.jpg (Llanberis Pass. Bedding in sandstones. Detail of bedding in sandstones below Pitts Head Tuff showing even and cross-bedded laminae and soft sediment deformation.)
  • 10:03, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P007343.jpg (Penrhyn Slate Quarry, Bethesda. Folded banded siltstone and purple silty mudstone showing bedding/cleavage relationship, Llanberis Slate Formation.)
  • 10:03, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P007262.jpg (2 km. SE of Llanberis on A 4086. Llyn Peris and the Llanberis Pass. Massive outcrops of folded Bronllwyd Grit on the steep slopes behind the cottage.)
  • 10:02, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P007261.jpg (SE of Llyn Padarn, near Pen-gilfach. Llanberis Pass (centre background) with outcrops of welded ash-flow tuff of the Padarn Tuff Formation in the foreground and slate quarries in the Llanberis Slates Formation in the middle distance.)
  • 10:02, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P007083.jpg (Penrhyn Quarry is famed for the production of its purple-red slates. Several beds or veins of slate are worked in the quarry. The purple Penrhyn Slates can be seen on house roofs throughout the UK and were also shipped worldwide, most notably to Austra...)
  • 10:00, 13 May 2014 Dbk talk contribs uploaded File:P007054.jpg (W. of Cwm Croesor. Acid (granophyre) sill forms main feature with cleaved mudstones on either side mostly hidden by grass. Cnicht summit in distance.)
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