Geology on the Wing Wednesdays #10 – Sandy Creek winding through the drought-stricken Hill Country, Texas

Whew! I had a hectic holiday season, but a great one.  Too great, in fact, to be blogging.  So now I am back in the swing of things, here is a quick photo from a recent trip to see family.  Contrary to popular opinion, there is topography in Texas!  Here is a nice shot of …

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Geology on the Wing Wednesdays #5 – Newly created beach on Lake Houston

This week, guest blogger Dave Wolf (@davidewolf on twitter) is in the house, and has a sobering look at the drought crisis affecting Texas.  Dave took these photos from a MUCH larger plane than mine, as evidenced by the enormous wing flaps in the photo.  The Texas drought has been in the news a lot …

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“Geology on the Wing” Wednesdays #1 – Oxbows and terraces, Utah

Inspired by weekly series by clastic detritus and many other geoblogs comes a new series called "Geology on the Wing".  This will be a series detailing landforms and other interesting geology from the air, mainly from photos shot out of the window of a small plane. This week's photo comes from Escalante canyon of Lake …

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