Day 23: Green Point Geological Site

Day 23: Green Point Geological Site

Green Point Geological Site

Green Point geological site is the place where the boundaries between the Cambrian and Ordovician eras can be plainly seen and studied. These fascinating layers in the rocks, originally laid down horizontally, were thrust up vertically and exposed by plate tectonics. They say that this place and its discoverer is as important to geology as Einstein and his energy equation are for physics.

The rocks were layered like a good pastry, with may different types interspersed between. It was truly curious, and it is amazing what it all proves in the life and history of our planet.

For my part as a “texture queen” I loved the visual variegation, the different colors, textures, and compositions on offer here.

                                                  

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4 Comments

  1. Mary Jo Beebe 4 weeks ago

    Your photos capture unbelievably beautiful rock layers–so very different from one another! Thanks!

  2. Maryanne Rupp 4 weeks ago

    An amazing trip. Have enjoyed the photos. I see much inspiration for your paintings.

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      Polly Castor 4 weeks ago

      Yes, right?

  3. Deborah 4 weeks ago

    Amazing to see this. I had no idea of the importance of this area. It’s been so gratifying to follow your journey. And I too can see how the colours and textures might influence your art. Thank you so much for taking the time and care to share this with us.

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