Joggins Rock Textures 4 – Fossil of the plant Calamites replaced by siderite in Carboniferous strata belonging to the Cumberland Group at Joggins Fossil Cliffs on the Nova Scotia shore of the Bay of Fundy in eastern Canada.
Joggins Rock Textures 10 – Natural fracture patterns and subtle colour transitions in rocks at Joggins Fossil Cliffs on the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Joggins Rock Textures 12 – Carboniferous cliff strata with yellow slime at Joggins Fossil Cliffs in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Joggins Rock Textures 9 – Iron-stained water running down a cliff face at Joggins Fossil Cliffs on the shore of the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Rocks and more rocks. Utterly fascinating in the way they look and the mysteries they hold. I am forever trying to identify what I am looking at, and to understand how it came to be. I am not always successful but I enjoy the quest. I have written 1440 posts about ROCK and published 4836 rock photographs. A selection is shown above; it is fairly arbitrary given the choice but demonstrates something of the beauty and variety of pattern, texture, and colour. You can click on any image to enlarge it and view in a gallery with descriptions.