Today's trip didn't actually result in any cephalopods since I ran out of daylight, but there was a beautiful late afternoon light over interesting scenery and I now know how to get to the locations. The first photo shows white Permo-Triassic limestones caught up beneath the huge slab of Cretaceous ocean crust that was obducted onto continental crust here during Late Cretaceous time. The darker rocks in the distance are ophiolite (ocean crust). The picture with the palm trees also shows typical ophiolite scenery. The red rocks beneath the ancient watchtower are deep-water sediments intensely folded during the emplacement of the ophiolite. The detail of the near-vertical bedded red rocks shows Permian cephalopod limestones. Triassic breccias and platy limestones are a short distance to the right of this view. I'll add some cephalopod pictures after the next visit.