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Tuff Biscuit
Tuff Biscuit and probably a bit stale: A made up term by me but the outcrop is made up of tuff rock material. Photographed along the Ross Maxell Scenic Drive in Big Bend National Park, Brewster County, Texas, USA at ca. 732 m (2,400 ft) elevation.
Habitat
Chihuahuan Desert
Location
Big Bend National Park, Brewster County, Texas, USA
Date taken
May 2014
Equipment used
Canon
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LOL what a great name you've given this rock Stanley.

Another super scene from that park.
 
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Three terrific images, Stanley ... wonderful info too ... tfs ...
 
LOL. I should attend a dentist next. Guess cupcakes and donuts are very well loved in the US (and here).
 
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LOL! Yep, that "biscuit" does look a bit stale and moldy. Good name for it!
 

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