Fossilised

About 200 million years ago, sea shell critters laid down and died on the ocean floor here. That’s old! It’s always so amazing to find these imprints of long dead creatures. What would the area known as Nevada have looked like then? Under water! Today, our beautiful Mount Charleston stands at 11,916 feet high above sea level. Time changes everything, nothing will ever stay the same…



Categories:Mojave Desert, Mountains, Nevada, Photography, Red Rock Canyon

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