Tag Archives: weathering

Sandstone Wall

Part of a wall as seen near Balmain. What I like about this is how the wall seems to have been cobbled together from various bits of sandstone that don’t necessarily fit together. Maybe it’s not the case; maybe this … Continue reading

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Marked Face

More rock stuff. This one I like in part due to the texture and shift in colour brought on my moisture, and in part due to how you can see marks both from weathering and mining. There’s a sense of … Continue reading

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Fractured

Here’s another photo of rock and this time with rock breaking up a bit. Fractured. I’m not sure as to how much of this fracturing has to do with erosion processes, but there is some visible weathering that gives more … Continue reading

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Crown Over the Valley

I like this photo, but I’m not sure if it was worth the risk, but anyway. I like the pattern in the rock, as well as how it appears in contrast to the valley. The light on the rock is … Continue reading

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Eroding Layers of Rocky Clifftops

I’ve sat on this one for a little while and I’m not sure why. I think that the light is balanced really well and the layers create a pattern redolent of waves, wind blowing through a field, and sand dunes. … Continue reading

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Wedding Cake Rock

Wedding Cake Rock is an interesting rock in the Royal National Park that seems to attract people who think it is okay to jump a fence in order to stand on it, despite signs requesting to not jump the fence. … Continue reading

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Rock Fracture

Near the start of the bushwalk I did from Mount Kuring-gai to Berowra, I saw this rock fracture. Considering the size of the rock (it was massive), it’s a rather “Narrow” gap. I’m not entirely certain, but I don’t think … Continue reading

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