All photographs copyright (2003-2013) by Kris H. Light

These water-smoothed quartz pebbles in the conglomerate boulders atop the Devil's Racetrack attest to the geological history of the Cumberland Plateau. This conglomerate rock was once a sandy riverbed or bank, which over the eons, was compressed into s...
These water-smoothed quartz pebbles in the conglomerate boulders atop the Devil's Racetrack attest to the geological history of the Cumberland Plateau. This conglomerate rock was once a sandy riverbed or bank, which over the eons, was compressed into stone and later uplifted during the building of the Cumberland Mountain range.

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