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18 November 2015
You could use a macro GigaPan of some pretty sand, I think. [gigapan id=”181069″] Link That’s sand from near Acadia National Park, in Maine. Exploring it, you can find both small chunks of Acadian granite, and green rods that are sea urchin spines. It’s fun – check it out.
2 January 2015
Devonian metamorphic rocks (garnet-bearing gneiss) exposed on the western side of Cabbage Island, Maine: And here it is in GigaPan form: [gigapan id=”157674″] link
25 June 2014
Pemaquid Point, Maine, is a locally-owned and -managed park near an old lighthouse. I went there yesterday with my family. We’re on vacation in coastal Maine for a week. At Pemaquid Point, the action of waves have cleaned the rocks, and they offer a delightful three-dimensional look at Acadian-aged metamorphics and granite pegmatite dikes, with a fair amount of structural geology superimposed on the whole lot. Learn more about the …
20 August 2012
Adam and Kelly, my friends from college, recently (back in June) were married. For their honeymoon Adam and Kelly went to Maine. Adam was kind enough to send me some geology-themed pictures from their honeymoon, and I thought I’d share them here on Georneys. These pictures are from Owl’s Head State Park and Acadia National Park. I’ve provided a few notes about the photos, but please feel free to leave …