Wednesday, 14 February 2007

Wrong Colour

Wrong Colour

This is my 300th post!!! A picture that was taken during the Phillip Island Trip. We found a log at this cliff. 3 meters from it will be a straight cliff down to sea + some worn down rocks. I had strip out the blue saturation in this image and made the image really warm. The title was given because anyone looking at this picture will know that this is not the correct colour of the image. Well, it was done on purpose.

A cliff is a significant vertical, or near vertical, rock exposure. Cliffs are categorized as erosion landforms due to the processes of erosion and weathering that produce them. Cliffs are common on coasts, in mountainous areas, escarpments and along rivers.

Given that a cliff need not be exactly vertical, there can be ambiguity about whether a given slope is a cliff or not, and also about how much of a certain slope to count as a cliff. (For example, given a truly vertical rock wall above a very steep slope, one could count only the rock wall, or the combination.) This makes listings of cliffs an inherently uncertain endeavor.

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