Weekly Photo Challenge: Layers

Dartmoor in Devon is a National Parkthat has lots of exposed granite hilltops or Tors. The rock dates back to the carboniferous period and thrust through the surface around 280 million years ago. a variety of mineral ores have been extracted for centuries. Now we can see how it cooled into layers all those millennia ago.

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32 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Layers

  1. I’m such a city person, but I would so benefit from stopping to see scenery like this more often. It’s amazing how rocks can be stunning if you think about the history of them and how they formed and withstood any of our human meddling.

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