Anticline north of Súria

The anticline north, the smallest of the complex geological structure in Súria, displayed by the river Cardener in Ribera de Coaner. There is a sharp fold. The horizontal rock layers to the left of the picture suddenly shift to vertical, they roll though not seen because they’ve been already removed by erosion and, to the right, they recover the normal position before being folded and cut again in the nearby fault of Migmón.

[photo Jordi Badia]