Here, in non-chronological order, are a few of the geoblogospheric posts that have caught my eye recently.
A photo of megabreccia on Mars at Arizona Geology. (I love breccias!)
A great aerial view of Lassen Peak at Geotripper, part of his Other California series.
Coal and the fossil record of climate change in the Canadian High Arctic by Anne Jefferson of Highly Allochthonous.
The answer to something I've always wondered: Inkstain FAQ at jfleck at inkstain: What’s With the Easy-Do Parties Lady? at jfleck at inkstain.
A 1000th geblogospheric post: 1K at NOVA Geoblog—and read the comments.
Sand posts at Ron Schott's Geology Home Companion: Salt and Pepper, White, Multicolored, Green, and Black—my favorites are the S&P, multicolored, and green (at least today).
And speaking of sand, more on the continuing and neverending story of Sand: The Neverending Story: A virtual book tour by Michael Welland, so far at Clastic Detritus and NOVA Geoblog, soon to be at Andrew Alden's About.com Geology and BLDGBLOG.
And, in case you haven't already seen this, the results of the recent geoblogosphere survey by Lutz Geissler, Robert Huber, and Callan Bentley at geoberg.de.
If you are going to the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show in February, contact Lee Allison of Arizona Geology about a Geoblogger get together.
And finally, I loved seeing this mix of art and geology: a review of the Geo Sapiens Geologic Art Exhibit at Clastic Detritus; the full exhibit is at the Two Wall Gallery.