Another Friday Photo installment, coming from the Black Hills of South Dakota.
As a St. Patrick’s Day treat, here’s a great photo of one of Ireland’s most famous geologic locales, Giant’s Causeway. Formed from a Paleogene (40-50 mya) basaltic lava flow, rapid […]
Badlands National Park is anything but bad.
Garden of the Gods is one of the most spectacular geologic formations in the United States, and maybe even the world. While the park was opened to the public in the early 1900s, it’s history began long before that…over 300 million years ago.
Not the typical Friday Photo Entry, but one that may appeal to the engineering geologists out there. Located in Cedar Bluff, Virginia, just East of U.S. Highway 460, this piece of engineering ingenuity resides immediately adjacent to the Norfolk Southern railroad.