Outcrops, road cuts, rock gardens, and other large exposures.
These folds are found in the Cretaceous age Scaglia Rossa Formation, a pelagic limestone in the Marche - Umbria succession of the central Apennine Chain.
Found cropping out along the beach at Barns Ness, east of Dunbar, Scotland.
Chalk, chert, and basalt predominate.
Hutton's classic unconformity (Devonian red beds over Silurian graywacke and shale).
Some basalt showing a well-developed weathering rind and columnar jointing.
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