the mountain also has a ocean right next to it that could cause erosion
the mountain has almost smooth edges because it is a very new mountain
the rain freezes and expands
when that happens the ice forces pieces off the mountain
millions of years of waves crashing on the side of this mountain
these waves have very small pieces of sand in them wich shave of pices of rock
The mountain above has not suffered through any erosion yet. I can tell because the mountain has smooth like edges. I also infer that when it gets colder, the ocean on the left will cause waves. then the waves might get stuck in the cracks of the mountain. When this happens the water can freeze and cause even more erosion.
as you can see the rock has flatted over time and is about to split because of heat
in this pic, it shows my inference is correct because the water from rain and the waves had frozen. also, they expanded causing small pieces of rock to fall off the mountain. they can also turn the smooth edges into jagged edges.
some of the rocks have collided and caused rock slides witch you can see below
this is wave erosion. sand and small sediments get pushed onto the mountain and cause small pieces of rock to fall off. this process has been happening for millions of years.
in summer rocks can turn colors from dry sand. as you can see the rocks turned yellow-ish orange. In the heat, the rocks can split from the overwhelming heat.
since it is summer sand has dried and made the rocks yellowish-orange
some of the rocks have come in contact with each other. which can cause rock slides. the rocks have now cracked into many pieces forming new rocks.
the rocks have cracked into many pieces and have formed new rocks