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    "Snout-nose" is one of many rock creatures at Thunder Rocks, one of several "rock cities" in southwestern New York. It is made of huge, joint-fractured Olean conglomerate blocks from the Pennsylvanian period. Soil creep carries them downhill. What animal does this one remind you of? Camera white balance was set to "cloudy" for the overcast day, but light filtering through the spring canopy gives the scene a slight greenish cast. (photo ref. # D018120)
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    Date Taken: Jun 1, 2006
    Date Uploaded: Oct 28, 2013
    Location: South Carrollton, New York, United States
    Camera: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL
    Focal Length: 53 mm
    Shutter Speed: 5/10 sec
    Aperture: f/16
    ISO: 100
    Copyright: © Dave Spier
    Categories: Landscapes, Places, Travel
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