Talk:Enchanted Rock

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It would not upset me if someone replaced the photo with one that is better ... :-) --Kharker 22:40, 8 December 2005 (UTC)

Thanks, I replaced with one that included people on the trail to give an idea of scale. --Claygate

Schist and Gneiss[edit]

middle Precambrian material that intruded into earlier metamorphic schists and gneiss.

I think it was the contact metamorphism of the pluton itself that created the schists and gneiss from the sedimentary material it rose into. I might be wrong, but if someone can let me know if I'm wrong, I'd appreciate it. --DanielCD 03:22, 4 August 2006 (UTC)