Eroded coastal rocks. View of waves crashing against the rocks at the Big Sur on the Californian coastline. The brown rock at lower image is known as the Carmelo formation. This sedimentary rock is at least 60 million years old. It has been eroded by the action of the waves into many rounded and bumpy features, with fault lines running through them. The eroded structure of the coastline is visible in the background.
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