|It looks like the sedimentary layers are dipping every which way!|
|This second photo zooms in just a bit, focusing on the far hill, which shows a slight bend in some of the layers.|
|I've drawn in a few of the beds, as before, and point out a dip slope formed on the top of the reddish layer.|
|This Google Earth image of the area shows the photo location in purple.|
|The same Google Earth image with some hypothetical strike-dip symbols.|
|Map I-2165 (Bohannon et al, 1991) courtesy USGS, overlain on Google Earth.|
Read a little about the Cedar Wash fault and the general geology of the region here.