“Geology on the Wing” Wednesdays #2 – Grand Tetons, Wyoming

#2 in the weekly series is a 'shingled' image of the Grand Tetons that I thought was too good to use only once.  This image is taken looking almost due east from 17,000 feet - Grand Teton (tallest of the three in the middle) stands nearly 14,000 feet.  Notice that even in early July, there …

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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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