Because sometimes you just want to GigaPan the beauty around you.
A sea stack made of petrified dune sand.
A crazy wave-blasted ampitheater / storm beach complex in western Shetland, U.K.
"Grind" means gate - here, during the biggest, storms, waves ramp up and crash through the gate, ripping out huge boulders of ignimbrite and piling them up inland as a crazy storm beach.
Sea stacks along the coast of Shetland north of Eshaness - the rock is Devonian volcanics (lava + agglomerate).
Lava flow (with interesting 'mega-swirl' feature) over agglomerate. Devonian in age.
Tombolo connecting "Mainland" Shetland to St. Ninian's Isle, Shetland Islands, Scotland.
Permian-aged volcanic vent complex, preserved as a sea stack at Kinkell Ness, east of St. Andrews, Scotland
Spot the basking grey seals.
Hutton's classic unconformity (Devonian red beds over Silurian graywacke and shale).
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