Thank yu Pam for yur visit and comments.
best wishes, tery
thank yu aggeliki
in my opinion, due to the melting of massive glaciers in the north, it must be that here was a giant vortex formed by the confluence of ancient rivers, which are then likely to be an incredibly powerful flow, and wide like a lake.. excellent image!
Thanks Zlatan for the good summary. I don't know the background on the formation but yu may have figured it out!
Thank yu Faysal for the comment.
The Lytton JellyRoll is a rolled layer of silt encased in coarser sands and gravel was uncovered in a gravel pit near Lytton. It was formed in the last glaciation (11,000 to 25,000 years ago) when sediment slumped away from lake sides adn travelled towards the centre in a turbidity current. It is a layer of fine sediment that remained plastic and rolled up rather than broke up.
A very beautiful shot - L23!
Kind regards, pembo from Kiel
Thank yu Pembo for yur visit and comments.
looks really special, liked, best wishes, Fai
Thank yu for the comment Fai
It is an actual slice of the formation saved from erosion.
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Photo taken in Lytton, BC, Canada
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