Jarosite
  • Location: Milos Island, Aegean Sea
  • Date Taken (dd-mm-yy): 23-10-2005

Jarosite, Potassium Iron Sulfate Hydroxide.

Native Sulphur
  • Location: Milos Island, Aegean Sea
  • Date Taken (dd-mm-yy): 23-10-2005

Native sulphur.

Shearing
  • Location: Milos Island, Aegean Sea
  • Date Taken (dd-mm-yy): 23-10-2005

Shearing in basement rocks.

Shearing
  • Location: Milos Island, Aegean Sea
  • Date Taken (dd-mm-yy): 23-10-2005

Shearing in basement rocks.

Sulphur on Vesicular Rocks
  • Location: Milos Island, Aegean Sea
  • Date Taken (dd-mm-yy): 23-10-2005

Native sulphur on a vesicular rock.

Tongue and Flame Structures
  • Location: Pembrokeshire coast, Wales
  • Date Taken (dd-mm-yy): 23-03-2005

Tounge and flame structures caused by deformation of soft sediment.

Igneous Intrusion
  • Location: Porth Clais, Wales
  • Date Taken (dd-mm-yy): 23-03-2005

Igneous intrusions into sedimentary rocks.

Calymene
  • Location: Morocco
  • Date Taken (dd-mm-yy): 11-09-2005

A Moroccan Calymene sp. trilobite

Niagara Falls
  • Location: Niagara Falls, Canada
  • Date Taken (dd-mm-yy): 22-08-2005

The Horseshoe Falls at Niagara Falls. The falls are around 50m high and have eroded through Upper Ordovician and Middle Silurian shales, sandstones and dolostones. The actual height of the falls is 91m, but 40m of that is filled by the plunge pool. The view is from the Canadian side of the falls.

Two Glaciers
  • Location: Prince William Sound, Alaska, USA
  • Date Taken (dd-mm-yy): 17-06-2005

Two glaciers which join just before entering the sea. The join is picked out by the increase in sediment being carried by the glaciers. There are also numerous icebergs in the foreground.

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