Geology Photo Gallery
From Iceland to Washington and from New Zealand to
Hawaii, learn about geology from around the world. More photos will be
added as I continue to learn and travel!
Mt. Shasta, a composite volcano in California.
Lassen Peak, a plug dome volcano in California.
Wizard Island, a cinder cone volcano in Oregon.
Mauna Kea, a shield volcano in Hawaii.
The crater of Kilauea. An active volcano in Hawaii.
A lava flow from the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii.
The crater of an extinct volcano in Iceland.
A beautiful sunset at Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the United States.
The crater and lava dome of Mt. St. Helens in Washington.
The ocean waves formed this natural formation in Iceland.
The Cliffs of Mohr in Ireland.
Tectonic plates being pulled apart in Iceland.
A glacier in Iceland.
A glacier on Mt. Rainier in Washington.
A glacier and moraine piles on Mt. Rainier in Washington.
A valley that was carved by the Emmons Glacier on Mt. Rainier in Washington.
A U-shaped valley carved by a glacier in Mt. Rainier National Park, Washington.
A glacier helped carve and shape this mountain in the Canadian Rockies.
Pumice, an igneous rock, on Mt. St. Helens in Washington.
Obsidian, an igneous rock, at Newberry Crater in Oregon.
Wind and water erosion formed these hoodoos in Oregon.
A beautiful waterfall in Iceland.
A river carving a canyon in Iceland.
A geyser in Iceland.
Mr. Floss climbing the solid metamorphic rock (anorthosite) in the Adirondacks.
Anorthosite is a very old rock and is also found on our moon.
An active volcano in New Zealand. Was the setting for Mordor in "Lord of the Rings" movies.
The Southern Alps of New Zealand. When two tectonic plates collide, the crust gets pushed up.
A beautiful winter day in the Adirondacks. Mt. Algonquin, 2nd highest peak in NYS.
My wife Nicole soloing the Trap Dike. This is what it takes to get those great photos of Algonquin!
Mr. Floss on the summit of Mt. Rainier (14,411 ft.) in July of 2000.