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Saturday May 18, 2013

Palm Springs, CA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Uplift created from nearby San Andreas fault

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2. clearlakemike
9:04 PM GMT on April 01, 2014
Hope no one was underneath when it fell. You see the uplift along the beach in San Francisco and in the nearby Marin Headlands also. The San Andreas is just offshore there. There was natural oil/tar on the beach sometimes also that leaks up. Interesting geology there. Another place in California where you really see the movement of the fault is in the Pinnacles National Park.
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1. BriarCraft
6:03 PM GMT on April 01, 2014
Can definitely see the angle of the uplift. Except for the one that broke off and fell down.
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