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Hosta Beach rock formations, North Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, uncredited

pattern and landscape Hosta Beach rock formations, North Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, uncredited

thenortheasterner:    I found this gorgeous geological map of Great Britain yesterday, I love the internet.

Geology of Great Britain. This old geological map of Great Britain shows in detail the geology of the whole island, and also the relationship of the south coast sections to this.

Winding Rocks in The Scottish Highlands - Would love to see this one day!

101 Most Beautiful Places To Visit Before You Die! (Part V)

whatsbeautifulnow: Winding Rocks in the Scottish Highlands. This photograph brings out the beauty of the Highlands. Via themetapicture Geology is amazing…

Fingal's Cave on Staffa - Its struture is unique. Nowhere else is there a sea-cave formed completely in hexagonally-jointed basalt. To this the size, the sounds, the colours, and the remarkable symmetry of this 227-foot cavern; and by Nature's gift of fractured columns forming a crude walkway just above high-water level, allowing exploring visitors to go far inside.

Physical Features of Scotland

Fingal's Cave, island of Staffa, Scotland: a sea cave formed w/in Tertiary basalt lava flows which cooled to form hexagonal columns (like those of the Giants Causeway in N Ireland)

confinedlight:Conic Hill, above Loch Lomond, Balmaha, Scotland

A great view from Conic Hill, Balmaha, Scotland. Conic Hill is a sharp little summit rising above Balmaha. Right on the Highland Boundary Fault, this short hillwalk offers truly fantastic views over Loch Lomond and its many islands.

Fingal's Cave on the Isle of Staffa Off the West Coast of Mull

Fingal's Cave on the Isle of Staffa Off the West Coast of Mull

The Cave Of Melody, located on the uninhabited Isle of Staffa, Inner Hebrides, Scotland.

Susannite was discovered in 1827 in the Susannah Mine Leadhills in the county of Lanark Scotland. In addition to the type locality in Scotland it has also been reported from various locations in Germany Arizona Brazil and Namibia. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks #infographic #earth #susannite #scotland #germany #arizona #namibia

Susannite was discovered in 1827 in the Susannah Mine Leadhills in the county of Lanark Scotland. In addition to the type locality in Scotland it has also been reported from various locations in Germany Arizona Brazil and Namibia. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks #infographic #earth #susannite #scotland #germany #arizona #namibia

Fingal's Cave, Scotland. Our tips for fun things to do in Scotland: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2010/12/30/things-scotland/

Fingal's Cave is a sea cave on the uninhabited island of Staffa, in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, known for its natural acoustics. It is formed entirely from hexagonally jointed basalt columns within a Paleocene lava flow.

Laig Bay . Sandstone Concretions. Isle of Eigg. Scottish Highlands and Islands; photo by Barbara R. Jones

Laig Bay Sandstone Concretions ~ Isle of Eigg, is a place where landform is a constant source of amazement, Scotland, photo by Barbara R.

Smoo Cave, #Scotland

Smoo Cave, inspiration for the caves under fictional Ravensmuir in the medieval romances by Claire Delacroix

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