Today was a nearly fossil-free day of fossil-hunting in southern Ontario. Sometimes you just have to go with the flow and enjoy the landscape . . . and of course, tomorrow we might find those remarkable specimens we seek!
The former Marmoraton iron mine contains immense exposures of Ordovician limestone. It is a pity that we cannot get in to examine them!
Small-scale ripples in the Ordovician Shadow Lake Formation
Possible Ordovician mud cracks
Cedars on the slope seem to be almost growing out of the bare limestone of the Gull River Formation.
© Graham Young, 2012