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Quoddy Cliffs

Quoddy Cliffs
Under gray skies, these cliffs: ponderous, massive, implacable.

Cliff height toward the top right of this shot is over 25 meters.

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Dimas Sequeira, Sarah O', cammino, Berny and 8 other people have particularly liked this photo

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Léopold club
Le mur des lamentations salées de ces vagues éternelles....
2 months ago.
ColRam club
A great capture !
2 months ago.
Annemarie club

great to be back to your photos:)
2 months ago.
 Weard Bültena
Weard Bültena club
das sieht imposant aus.
Klasse Aufnahme.
2 months ago.
 Malik Raoulda
Malik Raoulda club
Vu et admiré au www.ipernity.com/group/262970
"Nature et Nous"
2 months ago.
 Dimas Sequeira
Dimas Sequeira club
Impressive cliffs! Their leaning tells there was some kind of tectonic loweringunder their edge in a remote past.
5 weeks ago. Edited 5 weeks ago.
L. L. Wall club
has replied to Dimas Sequeira club
Years ago, Andy Rodker schooled me on how my beloved Maine coastline wasn't as American as I thought ---> Continental Drift, in my words ... All geologic structures east of the Norumbega Fault, in New England and into Canada, were left behind eons ago when Pangea ripped apart and Europe "drifted" away. And all are remnants of a primordial continent called Avalonia that was crushed out of existence between Eurasia and North America as Pangea initially formed. Thus, eastern New England and coastal Maine share predominant European geology with Cornwall England, The Ardennes, and also the Atlas Mountains of northwest Africa.
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