Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Gaspe: Forillon continued

The harlequin duck is teaching its young to dive for food.
Except for the first photo taken at Anse-Blanchette, these are all taken from cap Bon-Ami on the exposed north side of the end of the Gaspe Peninsula where the Appalachian Mountains stop being above ground on North America. 
The chain continues on to cross Northern Ireland, Scotland and into Norway. There is geologic evidence that this is a continuous formation, including similar six-sided rock columns such as are easily seen at the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland.  

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