Cyprus is a mountainous country which makes sights like this common. It wasn’t the first one that day. I saw two slumps in a row and when the third came I wanted to stop and take a picture. I was driving down from the Troodos Mountains towards Paphos in the western coast. The brownish outcrop is part of a heavily weathered sheeted dyke complex which is a part of the ophiolitic sequence (rocks making up oceanic crust).