Will pillow plunging be a new trend?

Today was largely about volcanic trends in plunging pillow lavas. We measured orientations of almost 250 pillow lavas along four different walls in a pillow quarry. We don’t have the data stereo-netted yet, but looking at pillows in minute detail is pretty pleasant if not locally positively perplexing…which way do you think this pillow is plunging (right or left)?

Which way is this pillow plunging?

Which way is this pillow plunging?

Two of the Pillow People happy to be measuring plunges in the rain…

Two of the Pillow People (Alex Perpalaj and Liz Plascencia).

Two of the Pillow People (Alex Perpalaj and Liz Plascencia).

Sometimes even the most studious geoscientists have to just hang for a while. One of the favorite spots for budding volcanologists is the corner of Pillow and Pillow…

Just hangin' out at the corner of Pillow and Pillow...

Just hangin’ out at the corner of Pillow and Pillow…

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