Layers of Rock

With the water low in Richland Creek (Dayton, TN), I was able to enjoy an accessible array of various geological structures, including this massive and angled layered-rock. See prints.

By Phil

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4 comments

    1. Cool! Judging by the size and angle, I suspect that it tumbled down from the upper gorge cliffs many moons ago. With low water during the summer months, it was fun to climb around the creek 🙂

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