Tag Archives: weathering

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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