Image 29 of a series of photographs taken at a coastal outcrop of mudstone rocks belonging to the Silurian period Ross Brook Formation, Nova Scotia in Canada, this time showing a close up of the colours and textures of the clear water in a beach stream flowing over pebbles which have formed as the rock fragments from the crumbling cliffs have become smoothed and rounded by the action of the waves.

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