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Just as GigaPans aren't just for horizontal panoramas, this geologist sometimes pauses to appreciate the flora. A pair of old ponderosas (or are they Jeffrey pines?) caught my eye and thus became the subject of this GigaPan.
Normal fault in the Fort Hays member of the Cretaceous Niobrara Formation, south of Stockton, Kansas. These chalk beds were originally deposited in the shallow Western Interior Seaway about 80 million years ago. The thick beds of the Fort Hays member are extensively bioturbated. Faulting is post-Cretaceous and pre-Q...