Fossils in Limestone

These fossils are fairly common around the Cumberland Plateau of the southern U.S. This photo spans about 2 inches across. If you look closely, you’ll see almost everything in the photo is a fossil!

About Phill Gibson

I'm from Huntsville, Alabama where I work as a Software Engineer and part-time banjo instructor. My wife Miiko and I worship at Rivertree Downtown. I've been playing various instruments since my teen years. I started mandolin and dulcimer at about age 17 and banjo at 20. I love just about all kinds of music. In terms of banjo styles, I play and teach Scruggs, melodic, clawhammer, and 2-finger styles. I'm also very keen on theology, being a Trail Care Partner with the Land Trust of North Alabama, photography, urban planning, architecture, astronomy, ATM (amateur telescope making), birding, martial arts, and about 30 other distracting hobbies to a (mercifully) lesser extent.
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2 Responses to Fossils in Limestone

  1. Roadtirement says:

    Really like this capture of the Paleozoic fossils.

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