Red rocks are Red. The remains of a volcanic intrusion, they're richer in iron than the surrounding greywackes. This is as far as I went last Saturday, although I have been as far as the seal colony before. Here, have a map
. Red rocks are marked, and the seal colony is the next point west.
Tags: coastlines, geology
|Date:||August 5th, 2008 09:44 pm (UTC)|| |
They're from Mars!
Having a seaside holiday? Collecting some cute little organic molecules to take home as souvenirs, perhaps?
|Date:||August 5th, 2008 10:09 pm (UTC)|| |
You never can tell with Martians. They're sneaky that way.
Is that the official NASA position, Bill?
|Date:||August 6th, 2008 01:09 pm (UTC)|| |
The official NASA position is that there are no Martians, there never were any Martians, and the Martian big game hunters who killed off our dinosaurs were rogue individuals who did not represent their government.
|Date:||August 5th, 2008 11:28 pm (UTC)|| |
I found some orange rocks
in response to this, but I cheated. Yet another sunset situation.
I'm loving seeing your piccies. I hope you don't mind me posting in response.
(she's calling again ::sigh::)
No probs. I don't mind you posting at all. I like getting comments!