As geology was one of my subsidiary subjects at University I'm a bit disappointed with what I could find this week. However two rocky spots in Australia came to the rescue in the end.
|Australia - 25 August 1978|
|Australia - 23 August 2002|
Broken Bay is a large inlet of the Tasman Sea located about 50 kilometres north of Sydney.
Gariwerd, the land is at the centre of creation stories for many of the Aboriginal communities in south-western Victoria. It is part of the Grampians National Park.
For more rocks and fossils, one of which I have on my desk, just visit the links at Seeitonapostcard.