The Rockin Coast Of Maine
The rock outcrops of Maine are (to me) fascinating. First is the idea of their direction. A North South orientation dictated by the scourging of the land by the glaciers. Same reason many northern rivers valleys lay that way. But before the glaciers, something else happened. The rocks are all flipped on their side. It's sedimentary rock, with veins of quartz, and they lay perpendicular to the center of gravity. They CERTAINLY did not form this way. So they had to have been flipped, 90 degrees. There is more, and those other facts which are undeniable will be revealed in this collection (some, anyway) . I invite you to join in my child like fascinations with these rocks.