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Choose from 11 pictures in our Strata collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


[Rocky Inlet with Seascape], 1870s. Creator: Francis Bedford
[Rocky Inlet with Seascape], 1870s. Creator: Francis Bedford
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The Succession of Life in the Rocks, 1935
The Succession of Life in the Rocks, 1935
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Temple of Serapis at Puzzuoli in 1183, Charles Lyell (1853). Artist: Charles Lyell
Temple of Serapis at Puzzuoli in 1183, Charles Lyell (1853). Artist: Charles Lyell
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Strata of red sandstone, slightly inclined, Siccar Point, Berwickshire 1852
Strata of red sandstone, slightly inclined, Siccar Point, Berwickshire 1852
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Fossil of a crinoid lily
Fossil of a crinoid lily
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Cross-section of the Brocken, Harz Mountains, Germany, showing geological strata, 1823
Cross-section of the Brocken, Harz Mountains, Germany, showing geological strata, 1823
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Cross-section of Headen Hill, near Alum Bay, Isle of Wight, showing geological strata
Cross-section of Headen Hill, near Alum Bay, Isle of Wight, showing geological strata
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Geological strata from Sheffield to Castleton, Yorkshire, England, 1815
Geological strata from Sheffield to Castleton, Yorkshire, England, 1815
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Folding of rock strata, 1671
Folding of rock strata, 1671
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Geology and Palaeontology, c1880
Geology and Palaeontology, c1880
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Sedimentary rocks showing their strata
Sedimentary rocks showing their strata
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Strata of red sandstone, slightly inclined, Siccar Point, Berwickshire 1852. Artist: Charles Lyell Featured Print

Strata of red sandstone, slightly inclined, Siccar Point, Berwickshire 1852. Artist: Charles Lyell

Strata of red sandstone, slightly inclined, Siccar Point, Berwickshire 1852. It is illustrating nonconformable strata, and so long time scale. In his biography of Hutton, Playfair, remembering being taken to Siccar Point by his teacher, Hutton, wrote The mind seemed to grow giddy looking so far into the abyss of time: and while we listened with earnestness and admiration to the philosopher who was now unfolding to us the order and series of these wonderful events, we became sensible how much farther reason may sometimes go than imagination can venture to follow. From A Manual of Elementary Geology, Charles Lyell, London, 1852

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