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Choose from 436 pictures in our Geology collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Agate, polished section;
Agate, polished section;
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Cathedral Gorge
Cathedral Gorge
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Dales Gorge and Snappy gum (Eucalyptus leucophloia)
Dales Gorge and Snappy gum (Eucalyptus leucophloia)
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Lichen-covered rocks
Lichen-covered rocks
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Summit of Mount Wilhelm, 4509 m
Summit of Mount Wilhelm, 4509 m
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The Giants Causeway
The Giants Causeway
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Footprint of a three-toed dinosaur, 130 million years old
Footprint of a three-toed dinosaur, 130 million years old
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Warrumbungle Range
Warrumbungle Range
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Hamersley Gorge and Fortescue River, Western Australia
Hamersley Gorge and Fortescue River, Western Australia
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Aerial view of Mount Narryer
Aerial view of Mount Narryer
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Joffre Gorge: ironstone
Joffre Gorge: ironstone
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Glacial dropstone
Glacial dropstone
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Glacial dropstone Featured Print

Glacial dropstone

Glacial dropstone. Rounded and facetted by being dragged over bedrock beneath a glacier for thousands of years, this boulder finally fell to the bed of a central Australian sea corridor about 720 million years ago where the river of ice reached the shoreline and began to break up into floating icebergs. Much of Australia was entombed in ice sheets at this time, and the prolonged glaciation partly accounts for the flatness of the modern continent. East of the MacDonnell Ranges, Northern Territory, Australia

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Wave-cut rock platform
Wave-cut rock platform
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Rippled sandstone in Jim Jim Gorge
Rippled sandstone in Jim Jim Gorge
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Granite coastline
Granite coastline
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Recherche Archipelago
Recherche Archipelago
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Eroded lava pillows
Eroded lava pillows
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Star trails over Kata Tjuta
Star trails over Kata Tjuta
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Joffre Gorge
Joffre Gorge
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Water flowing over Wittenoom dolomite
Water flowing over Wittenoom dolomite
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Glacial grooves
Glacial grooves
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Wittenoom dolomite
Wittenoom dolomite
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Banded jasper of the Marble Bar across the Coongan River
Banded jasper of the Marble Bar across the Coongan River
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Coloured sand stack
Coloured sand stack
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Wittenoom dolomite Featured Print

Wittenoom dolomite

Wittenoom dolomite. The light grey siltstone is a rare form of limestone that may signal mass extinction of marine life over two billion years ago when the Pilbara Block was an arctic landmass and the planet froze from pole to pole. Most limestone is a by-product of relatively shallow, light-dependent marine life, but this ancient limestone has a peculiar chemical composition and was formed in still water at great depth. (More). Karijini National Park, Pilbara region, Western Australia

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Banded iron
Banded iron
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Conglomerate rock froming the domes of Kata Tjuta
Conglomerate rock froming the domes of Kata Tjuta
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The Organ Pipes
The Organ Pipes
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Wilpena Pound southwestern face of the synclinal bowl
Wilpena Pound southwestern face of the synclinal bowl
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Alligator Gorge
Alligator Gorge
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Skolithos
Skolithos
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Granite foundations of Northampton Block
Granite foundations of Northampton Block
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Banded iron, between 2 and 2.2 billion years old
Banded iron, between 2 and 2.2 billion years old
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Abyssal marine sediments
Abyssal marine sediments
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Eroded sandstone cliff
Eroded sandstone cliff
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Quoraburagun Pinnacles
Quoraburagun Pinnacles
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Zircon crystals found at Mount Narryer, Western Australia
Zircon crystals found at Mount Narryer, Western Australia
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Zircon crystals found at Mount Narryer, Western Australia Featured Print

Zircon crystals found at Mount Narryer, Western Australia

Zircon crystals found at Mount Narryer, Western Australia. Dated by the decay of their uranium content as being older than 4.1 billion years these are among the oldest fragments of Earthly material ever found. Australia alone has material of this age and it all comes from a thin strip of primordial crust (the Western Gneiss Terrain) that runs down beside the western edge of Western Australia from Mount Narryer, to beyond Greenbushes in the south-west corner of the State. The crystals are glowing here with bands of polarised light that display the onion-like layering of the silica that forms them. The circular depression near the middle of the crystal at top centre is a pit formed by ionised particles fired at the dust-sized zircon crystal during the dating process. (A crystal recently extracted from the Western Gneiss Terrain at nearby Jack Hills has yielded a date of almost 4.4 billion years.). Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

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Napier Range: 360-million-year-old fringing reef at right
Napier Range: 360-million-year-old fringing reef at right
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Napier Range: 360-million-year-old island at right centre
Napier Range: 360-million-year-old island at right centre
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Remnant duricrust
Remnant duricrust
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View north from St Mary Peak, Wilpena Pound, a landscape that originated as a shallow
View north from St Mary Peak, Wilpena Pound, a landscape that originated as a shallow
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Ocean sand ripples 400 million years old
Ocean sand ripples 400 million years old
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Mineral salts, mostly sulphates of iron and copper
Mineral salts, mostly sulphates of iron and copper
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The Marble Bar, banded jasper deposited 3.46 billion years ago on a seabed
The Marble Bar, banded jasper deposited 3.46 billion years ago on a seabed
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Pyramid Hill
Pyramid Hill
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Shatter cone structure, high impact fracture pattern
Shatter cone structure, high impact fracture pattern
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Impressions left by salt crystals in 3.5 billion year old mudstone
Impressions left by salt crystals in 3.5 billion year old mudstone
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Pillow basalt, 3.5 billion years old
Pillow basalt, 3.5 billion years old
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Single globule of 3.5 billion-year-old submarine lava
Single globule of 3.5 billion-year-old submarine lava
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