Down the Line
- Posted by Peter MacDonald
- On December 15, 2011
- 2 Comments
This is an interesting rock formation or should I say a ridge of hills.
It is an exposed section of ancient seabed where sedimentary layers from eroding mountains have laid down layers of silt that have turned to rock.
The layers can bee seen quite clearly and it’s a common occurrence in the Flinders Ranges.
This ridge is on the edge of the Wilochra Plain, south of Hawker and it’s near the ruins of an old town called Simmonston.
Shot at f8. 1/200th sec, ISO 100