Mexican Hat

Mexican Hat is a remnant of a sandstone layer of the Halgaito Formation, rock layer formed from sediments deposited on a coastal plain next to a shallow seaway during late Pennsylvanian to early Permian time (about 300 to 280 million years ago).

Mexican Hat is a remnant of a sandstone layer of the Halgaito Formation, rock layer formed from sediments deposited on a coastal plain next to a shallow seaway during late Pennsylvanian to early Permian time (about 300 to 280 million years ago).

Mexican Hat is a remnant of a sandstone layer of the Halgaito Formation, rock layer formed from sediments deposited on a coastal plain next to a shallow seaway during late Pennsylvanian to early Permian time (about 300 to 280 million years ago).

The scene was photographed on Velvia film and a Cibachrome scanned to create this photograph. To view this in a higher resolution without the watermark or if you wish to purchase this photograph, please visit my sales gallery.

Date: 05/28/1997

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