Entablature & colonnade lava formations

Entablature & colonnade lava formations

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Caption: Classic example of entablature & colonnade formations of a basalt lava flow, near the Aldeyjarfoss waterfall, Iceland. The entablature is the folded structure immediately above the hexagonal basalt columns that form the colonnade. A fine-grained basic igneous rock, basalt is the most common type of lava.

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Keywords: aldeyjarfoss, as basalt, basalt, colonnade, column, earth science, entablature, geology, iceland, lava, rock strata, volcanic formation

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