When the continents of Africa and Europe collided Ma ago the effects were far reaching causing changes in the rock formations many of miles away. The rocks at Lulworth were lifted, twisted and folded over into their present position.
Bands of black basic gneiss & grey acid gneiss were formed from igneous rocks more than 2000 Ma ago. In a later event, they have been cut across by intrusions of pink granite. Near Loch Laxford, NW Scotland
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