Matthew’s WoGE #305 showed one of the rare sandstone outcrops in Georgia, the Broxton Rocks. The best hint was in the image source: “USDA Farm Service Agency” led me to search the US, and from the vegetation and the shape of the fields (and the E-W river!) it didn’t take too long to find it. But he was right – finding out about the geology wasn’t that easy.
For WoGE #306 I decided to choose a rather small area, but a beautiful one. To win this game, be the first to find the location of the image. Provide coordinates and a brief description of the geology. You will then have the honour to host the next WoGE on your (geo)blog. I will start my holidays soon, so no Schott rule invoked. All the rules can be found here.
Since it hasn’t been solved for a long time, here’s a hint:
The mountain is higher than 2,000 m and lower than 4,000 m. I am sure you’ve heard about it.