Outcrop of metasedimentary bedrock with veins from the Portscatho Formation at Polurrian Cove

Polurrian Rocks 17 – Outcrop of meta-sedimentary rock with white veins from the Devonian Period Carne Formation on the north side of the Lizard Boundary Fault at Polurrian Cove in Cornwall.

2 Replies to “Polurrian Rocks 17”

  1. Thank you, John. This is a context shot. I took some of the close-up photos on this outcrop; you might recognise the group of limpets artistically arranged near white veins from an image I posted about a week or so ago.

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