Nothing of great consequence.
Oh, okay; these calves are standing on a large glacial terrace: boulder clay deposited at the confluence of two ice sheets which covered the area 12,000 years ago, subsequently shaped by glacial meltwater. This also explains why the tiny River Conder has a disproportionately large valley.
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