Nonconformity, Grand Teton National Park.

Arrow points to contact of Cambrian Flathead Sandstone on
Precambrian gneiss. South Teton, in the background, consists
of Precambrian gneiss. It is higher than the Flathead Sandstone
in the foreground because it lies in the upthrown block of the
Buck Mtn. fault.

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