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Description

The upper layers of rock was somehow rotated 90 degrees before it was fused again with the lower layers. These are metamorphosed sedimentary rocks.

Source

self-made; in Mosaic Canyon, Death Valley National Park, California, USA.

Date

21st December 2004

Author

Wing-Chi Poon

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Camera location

36.567899600119475° N, 117.143365145° W

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current 04:40, 21 November 2005 2,048×1,360 (2.03 MB) Wingchi (Taken by Wing-Chi Poon on 21st December 2004 in Mosaic Canyon, Death Valley National Park, California, USA. The upper layers of rock was somehow rotated 90 degrees before it was fused again with the lower layers. These are metamorphosed s)
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