Under the empire of the wind,
the entire surface of the ocean
initiates a wide movement.
It appears to be undulating.
- swirling and scumming
when approaching the continent.
This constant outpouring
reduces the slightest escarpment
into sediments. Definitively.
At the end of the Cretaceous, though,
those flyschs were impressive.
- 400 meters to the highest point.
Born from the piling up
of marine sediments
at the edge of the continent,
their folds, their creases,
reflect the elevation of the Pyrenees,
i.e., the movements of the Earth's crust.
Information relating to this photography:
- Photographic conditions : Lumix DMC-GF1 + Lens 20mm F1.7 - F/8 - 1/800 second - ISO 100
- Processing tool of the photography : Silkypix Developper Studio 7.1.8
- Optimization of the display : 180 px/in + MozJPEG
Keywords : flyschs of Socoa, Basque coast, formation, marine sediments, surrection of the Pyrenees, effects of erosion