Eyes in The Rocks

All of those little eyes in the rocks are called Iron Concretions which have taken millions of years to form, I processed a black and white version for grins. The other photo is a fully-zoomed photo looking upward toward the peaks of the Lamadre Range which are north of Red Rock Canyon.



Categories:Applications, Calico Basin, Geology, Mojave Desert, Mountains, Nevada, Nikon, Photography, Red Rock Canyon, Red Rock Escarpment, Vegas Locals

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3 replies

  1. Very cool – interesting to hear how long they take to form! I like your zoomed-in photos too.

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