these same contorted rocks looking across the Umpqua River. Today, we see them looking across the Garden Valley Highway. Despite its position on a convergent plate boundary, it's surprisingly difficult to find outcrop-scale folding in western Oregon. This particular spot is not well understood, but it is a fun variation on the typical gentle dips we see around here. Various size viewing options can be seen by right clicking on the image here.
Photo stitched in Hugin and run through the autolevels routine in Paint.Net. July 2, 2013. FlashEarth location.
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