Top 4 pictures from our ‘Earth Science Partnership Picture of the Week’

We regularly share photographs of various Geological sites from all around the world taken by us and others, portraying the features that define our planet.

Each picture is accompanied with a caption providing details of the photograph.

We’ve compiled the 4 most popular photographs from our ‘Earth Science Picture of The Week’ feature, over the last 12 months and here they are:



3 Bears Cave – Fforest Fawr, Tongwynlais, Nr Cardiff – an old iron mine, from which iron and limestone have been excavated. The cave has also been used as a filming location for Doctor Who, Merlin, Sherlock and Torchwood, A great place to take your children during half term. Picture taken by our Hazel Powell.


Above the Volcano – Taken by astronauts aboard the International Space Station of a large plume of smoke, steam and ash erupting from the Sarychev volcano on the Kuril Islands, Russia. It is thought that the eruption has caused a hole to form in the cloud layer above it. Picture: NASA / SPL / Barcroft Media.






Millook, Cornwall – A series of impressive chevron folds of inter-bedded sandstones & shales originally deposited in deep water. Voted in 2014 by Geological Society of London as one of Britain’s top 10 geological sites.





Mount Inerie Flores Indonesia – An impressive harmonic eye-catching pyramid strata-volcano. Picture taken by our Jeremy Hucker.

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