Some of the most impressive rock outcrops I know. Toward the top-right of the frame - those cliffs are tall, especially from below! - a small fault runs diagonally down to the spray of water and out the left side; from front to back, a line of deformed pale grey rock only a foot or two wide, twisted like chewing gum, marks the Highland Boundary Fault at its most narrow only metres away from its most north-eastern extremity on land, at Garron Point headland near Stonehaven. The gnarly shapes of psammite (metamorphosed medium-grained grey former sandstone) and micro-basalt are awesome.
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Lens: FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS
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Date and Time: 2019:07:27 18:10:16