Geologic Terraces, San Clemente Island, #30859



Geologic Terraces, San Clemente Island.  Multiple terraces on the island are seen, formed as the ocean level changes over eons. Panoramic photo. California, USA, natural history stock photograph, photo id 30859Add To Light Table
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Geologic Terraces, San Clemente Island. Multiple terraces on the island are seen, formed as the ocean level changes over eons. Panoramic photo. California, USA

Stock Photo: 30859
Dimensions of high resolution panoramic image: 4537 x 16491
Location: San Clemente Island, California, USA
Format: Digital Panorama 3.63:1
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