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Schoodic Point Basalt Dikes
The black rock formed between the pink granite was molten lava that came up through the vertical cracks that were perhaps feeders to volcanoes.
 
Taken May 11, 2011 at 11:41am EST. 
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Location: Schoodic Peninsula, ME

Schoodic Point Basalt Dikes

The black rock formed between the pink granite was molten lava that came up through the vertical cracks that were perhaps feeders to volcanoes.

Taken May 11, 2011 at 11:41am EST. 

f/3.5 1/4000

Location: Schoodic Peninsula, ME

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