Strata, extremly convoluted. Ag. Pavlos, Southern Crete, Greece.
The uplifing of the European Plate by the African Plate junction is only a few miles south of this area.
Camera Pentax K5 Lens 18-55mm
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Amazing folds, it really shows how the earth moves – wonderful shot Francis
Always reminds me of something squeezed out of a toothpaste tube, kalaryder.Best wishesFrancis
– Francis Drake
Awesome capture! You probably realize this is ancient ocean sea bed hardened through time? Amazing image and so interesting.
Thank you, Ann. This is at Ag. Pavlos, southern Crete. All of Crete came up as the African Plate, moved & still moves north, 25 million years ago. In fact Crete was five separate islands and the geology tends to vary. The eastern end of Crete is rising still and faster than the west at an express elevator speed compared to the usual speed of plate tectonics. The 367AD seismic event lifted the western end by some 25 to 30 metres. All of this makes the island a very interesting place.Kind regardsFrancis
Oh, thank you! I so appreciate all this good information. Have a great holiday season Francis. :)))
A great pleasure, Ann.A very happy Christmas.Francis
December 15,2013 Congratulations, wonderful capture!We wish all the best for the Holiday’s, and a Very happy New Year!
Thank you very much, Ann.A good Christmas to you too.Francis
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