Opportunity snapped this false-color picture November 22, 2006, which shows layered details in the rock promontory called Cape Verde. This view combines several exposures taken by the rover's panoramic camera. The upper portion of the crater wall contains a jumble of material tossed outward by the impact that excavated Victoria Crater. Erosion exposed the vertical cross-section of ejected material surrounding the crater. Below the jumbled material in the upper part of the wall are layers that survive relatively intact from before the crater-creating impact.
NASA / JPL / Cornell University