Perfect hexagonal columnar joint basalt rocks , giants causeway, Ireland

Perfect hexagonal columnar joint basalt rocks, Giants Causeway, near Bushmills, Antrim County, Ireland

Giant’s Causeway, Northern...

I cannot wait to be back here // Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland. Every time I stand on this unique causeway I am in wonder of the Earth we live on. The patterns and mathematics of the universe are here in these stones

"Irish Sky Garden" at the Liss Ard Estate, County Cork, Ireland - photo from publicart.ie; Liss Ard (also Lios Aird) contains 150 acres of gardens, trails, pools, woodland walks, and 'garden rooms.' The giant earth and stone art work "Irish Sky Garden" was created by James Turrell. The 'bowl' of the 162' x 82' crater is accessed by a long megalithic-like passage. http://www.publicart.ie/main/directory/directory/view/irish-sky-garden/c3d8dc7a8a615d82fb98988577463ede/

Located at the Liss Ard Estate Gardens in Cork County, Ireland; the James Turrell Irish Sky Garden Crater is an amazing sculptural land art installation by famed artist James Turrell. The Irish Sky Garden Crater is open from April to November.

La cueva de Fingal en la isla de Staffa en Escocia

Giants Causeway - Northern Ireland, England- to hopefully visit during 3 weeks!

Hosta Beach rock formations - North Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland | Via Amazing Geologist

Hosta Beach rock formations - North Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland Via Amazing Geologist

'Found It !!!': King of Wings rock formation - photo by Mike Jones, via Flickr; This formation is in the Bisti Badlands of New Mexico, and is difficult to find. (Jones has an interesting story of how he located it.)

King of Wings rock formation, Bisti Badlands, New Mexico Credit: © Mike Jones Amazing Geologist

Folds are some of the most common geological phenomena you see in the world – a geological fold occurs when planar (usually sedimentary) l...

10 Amazing Geological Folds You Should See

The folds of the rocks at position Apoplystra, between the village of St. Paul and the sandhills (Greece) are remarkably colorful. Shuttleworth Check Amazing Geologist for more.

Geology IN: 10 Pictures that will make you want to become a Geologist

10 Pictures That Will Make You Want to Become a Geologist

Amazing Geologist ⚒ Absolutely gorgeous Pillow Basalt |#Geology Locality: Wadi Tayin, Oman *Photo : © jessicamwarren visit : http://www.geologyin.com/

pillow - a structure observed in certain igneous rocks extruded into water, characterized by discontinuous, close-fitting, pillow-shaped masses, commonly 30 to 60 cm across.

Isoclinal folds are similar to symmetrical folds, but these folds both have the same angle and are parallel to each other. 'Iso' means 'the same' (symmetrical), and 'cline' means 'angle,' so this name literally means 'same angle.' So isoclinal folds are both symmetrical and aligned in a parallel fashion.  G

Types of Folds With Photos

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