|Copyright: Neels Gunter (corjan3)
|Date Taken: 2011-01-30|
|Exposure: f/7.1, 1/100 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2012-10-13 13:22|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The geometry of this present-day structure resembles that of trough cross bedding formed by water flowing from bottom to top in the photograph. Closer inspection, however, reveals that the water was flowing from top to bottom as can, for example, be seen by the asymmetry of the ripples. The geometry is very unusual and is the result of flow in a shute-like structure that even dips in the upstream direction. Determining flow direction in ancient strata is very important for a number of reasons and correct interpretation from careful observation is vital towards that end.|
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- [2012-10-13 22:11]
A beautiful observation, here at the foot of mountain this could be seen that one there a stream amkes such pattern, TFS.
- [2012-10-13 22:46]
interesting geological structure carved out of wind and water erosion. tfs.
unusual and interesting photo. Very interesting note. Nice colours and composition.
Have a nice Sunday,
- [2012-10-15 9:56]
An unusual image ..
Beautiful shot and presentation.
Wish You a Happy Prosperous New Year 2013
great composition. very nice.
with best wishes MF