I just come back from some time away - so normal service on comments and replies will start over the next few days!
I found these rock layers in a exposed cliff face on the beach at Waratah Bay to the East of Melbourne.
The amount of time that it must have taken for these rock layers to form and then be twisted by the power of the Earth is just unimaginable. Such considerations of deep time do tend to put the damage we have done to the world in perspective - such a short time, and so much damage.
On the other hand, it does show that there are still wonders to be found!
More macro shots can be found at Macro Monday.
The latest post to my other blog can be found by clicking the Paying Ready Attention image on the RHS of the screen.
Enjoy the close ups!