Where on (Google) Earth #312?

Since early in 2007 the Geoblogosphere (http://ron.outcrop.org/blog/?page_id=716) has played a game called "Where on (Google) Earth?". The object of the game is to identify the location (by latitude and longitude) and geologic significance of a scene from Google Earth (http://earth.google.com/). The first person to correctly identify both has the honor of selecting and hosting the next WoGE challenge on their own geology blog. A full list of previous winners is tracked here: http://ron.outcrop.org/WoGE.kmz

Since I discovered Matias' Brazilian Z structure (http://matthews-woge.blogspot.com/2011/09/woge-311.html) I'm due to post WoGE #312. My own geology blog (http://ron.outcrop.org/blog) has hosted lots of WoGEs in the past (http://ron.outcrop.org/blog/?cat=58) but I've been eager to bring a WoGE challenge to Google+, now that it's open to everyone. I now have that opportunity.

The image below is an oblique view, rather than the standard overhead map view (click on it for a larger view). There's clearly some interesting structural geology in there, but I leave it to you to decipher exactly what and where. Felix Bossert offers some good tips for the beginner: http://woge-felix.blogspot.com/p/new-players.html and a set of informal rules that have been established over the years: http://woge-felix.blogspot.com/p/rules-of-geological-whereongoogleearth.html Since I expect this one to be somewhat challenging I will not invoke the Schott Rule.

Happy hunting!

[One more note, due to the nature of Google+ Sharing: Only comments on this original post will be eligible for consideration in the solution of this challenge. If you want to reshare this post, please consider turning off comments.]
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