<a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Re: Has anyone ever seen rock formations like this?">Mike B</a> wrote:
> I have to disagree with you there.
That is your privilege.
> Spheroidal weathering
> looks significantly different than any of the images in that
Er, no, it doesn't.
> I think I have a good pic of granite that has
> spheroidal weathering somewhere. I'll see if I can find it
> and post it later.
Are you sure you don't mean exfoiation?
> This type of weathering attacks all sides
No, it attacks exposed parts (including crack exposure)
> it would not cause a rock to be rounded on one side
> and have a 90 degree corner on the other side as is seen in
> the fourth picture.
I t does.
>Also, none of the other pictures show
> anything but rectangular blocks, so I feel that spheroidal
> weathering can be ruled out. Please expand on why you make
> this attribution, maybe I am missing something.
Archae has explained it adequately below.