A seam in the granite flows near Wave Rock, Girraween National Park, Qld.

View all photos taken: Saturday, 18th October 2008, This photo: 1:23pm

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  • [ Kane ] said:
    I was this, was weird hey, is it natural?
  • David de Groot said:
    Yep, odd, but natural. I presume the rock was originally turned 90 degrees such that this seam was horizontal, and composed of rock that cooled at a different rate to the surrounding rock.
  • The Central Scrutiniser said:
    i think this is an intrusion of magma into a joint in the granite. the intrusion would have happened a long time after the formation of the granite.
  • HPVD Photos said:
    Uncanny that these seams are very similar to the ones at "Wave Rock" in Western Australia.
  • David de Groot said:
    Ah good point, didn't think of that.
    So is the Wave ;-)
  • aramisfirefly said:
    Nice work Dave, it was very interesting and a good 'natural' leading line!
  • teejaybee said:
    Nature at work... nice shot :)
  • David de Groot said:
    Indeed, can't complain that the landscape didn't provide photographic devices ;-)
    Danke :)
  • Xenedis said:
    Nice leading line here. What's over the other side of the rock edge?
  • David de Groot said:
    More rocks of course! ;-)
    And Garry.
  • Ozan Türkyılmaz said:
    is there any bedding top structures. as it can be used to determine top of the bedding and find the how much it turned in the end.
  • David de Groot said:
    This stuff is waaaaaaay too old to have any of the softer layers still visible. All that's left around here are gigantic granite monoliths.