This month's accretionary wedge is about seeing geology in different places.
I have mentioned before that I am not a hard-rock geologist. I don't get excited about rocks and minerals, although I'll certainly take note of a particularly impressive specimen.
However, I have been known to randomly stop by the side of the road when I see something interesting - like weathering!
As a geologist, I notice not only the interesting shapes, but I also consider the processes that worked together to make that feature.
Sure, the erosion of this material makes for nifty roadside shapes, but what does this mean for land stability? Maybe you'd reconsider buying this house a short distance away...