Millook Haven Cliffs With Rock Folds

The cliffs at Millook Haven in north Cornwall have very striking folded rock formations. Their zig-zag recumbent folds form unusual chevrons. The metamorphic sedimentary rock of the cliffs is known as Killas and the folds were caused by the intrusion of granite.

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Image Info

Camera Model:Canon EOS 20D
Date Created:Jun 11, 2009
Shutter Speed:1/200 sec
Aperture:f/8
Focal Length:34 mm

Location: Millook

County: Cornwall

Country: England

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