Observing the Wine Strand purple mudstone with elongated grey coloured 'rooting structures' (Rhizocretes)
Dated from Lower Devonian period 419 to 393 million years old. The geology of this the Dingle Peninsula is eternally interesting to me!
Estuarine clay from the Feothanach river estuary. Deposited over many years, and covering the now exposed bedrock. A coarse silty clay that I use. Some ingredients in this clay include a coarse sand of old red sandstone, siltstone, mudstone and quartz. A native clay from the Dingle Peninsula.