This right here represents what Calvert Cliffs looked like before. Yeah, your seeing what I'm seeing a pile of rocks. It went through several changes because of weather and erosion to become what it is today.
The first stage that Calvert Cliffs went through to become what it is now is weathering.
Erosion made the rocks form into something completely different.
Before Calvert Cliffs transformed it was just rocks. It went through several changes to become what it is now and that is a big rock structure that sits in the middle of the bay.
Over a period of time erosion formed a cliff.
The weather would make the water hit the rock and the next stage happened because of that.
The rock layers are showing because of erosion.
After more and more of the bad weather it caused erosion through the rocks. This picture represents what erosion would do to those rocks that you seen on the other page.
Weather and erosion would last forever, but for now Calvert Cliffs is a cliff that has changed from being a pile of rocks to being a whole cliffs in the bay.
When the weather and erosion continued it formed into something different. A cliff.
Erosion continued because bad weather is gonna last forever. It makes the cliff form even more and shows it's rock layers.
Calvert Cliffs changed, because of bad weather and erosion.