Christoph’s lovely view of fractal patterns in the Scheldt estuary took a while to find, but his hint made me think of European estuaries and I happened to start in the West….
I’ve given up guessing how hard my Where on Google Earth pictures are going to be to find so I’ve not much to say about it, for the moment. Schott Rule does apply, in case this one is easy to get. If you don’t know what the Schott Rule is, you don’t need to worry about it.
Rules are best expressed here, but in summary, look at the entire Earth’s surface until you find the area shown in this picture. Then find out about its Geology. Then add the location and Geological description in the comments.
It’s nearly been a fortnight, so time to drop some subtle hints, I think. An interesting fact: a mate of mine found this within half an hour, but doesn’t want to claim the credit. Also he had an advantage: his PhD field area was near Ronda. NB see Felix’s comment below, he’s on the right lines.
Hint #2, here is a screenshot of an area of the world where the same rocks can be found (but not on the surface). Once you find the main picture, you’ll find it’s a classic.