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Layers upon layers

As one travels along the coast the cliffs get higher. I felt dwarfed by these magnificent, ancient cliffs, here they tower several hundred feet. Here there are layers of different rocks that show the titanic forces that work here. This area was once Pangaea or Pangea "Pangea's existence was first proposed in 1912 by German meteorologist Alfred Wegener as a part of his theory of continental drift. Its name is derived from the Greek pangaia, meaning “all the Earth.” Here the continents split and continue to do so.

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Layers upon layers

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Layers upon layers

As one travels along the coast the cliffs get higher. I felt dwarfed by these magnificent, ancient cliffs, here they tower several hundred feet. Here there are layers of different rocks that show the titanic forces that work here. This area was once Pangaea or Pangea "Pangea's existence was first proposed in 1912 by German meteorologist Alfred Wegener as a part of his theory of continental drift. Its name is derived from the Greek pangaia, meaning “all the Earth.” Here the continents split and continue to do so.

Image dimensions: 4896 x 3264 pixels

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