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Pillow-lavas in Lostmarc'h

Pillow-lavas in Lostmarc'h
Pillow-lavas in Lostmarc'h
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At the tip of Lostmarc'h, lava cushions called pillow lavas sprang up from the seabed 448 million years ago. (Commentary on the exposed image © Julien Amic / Regional Natural Park of Armorique) CROZON, Crozon Peninsula, Armorique Geopark, Regional Nature Reserve geological sites of the Crozon Peninsula, Armorique Regional Natural Park, Brittany , France.

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Keywords used by Julien Amic to describe this photograph:

brittany, crozon, regional natural park of armorique, geology, volcano, lava, flow, rock