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Geology 101 June 23, 2007

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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Granitic gneiss in the bed of the Deerfield River at the “Shelburne Falls Potholes,” actually glacial plunge pools.

This is a great place to pass a steamy summer afternoon, albeit not a very private one. Expect to see more expansive views of The Potholes as the summer progresses.


1. Phydeaux Speaks - June 24, 2007

Okay, I can’t resist… that is some nice gneiss! You know where else they have nice gneiss? Nice, France!

[ducks and runs for cover]

2. littlebangtheory - June 24, 2007

Just ’cause it looks gneiss, don’t think I take it for granite.

I don’t go for that schist. It clashes with my sedimentary lifestyle…


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