A few weeks ago I managed to get a very nice view of the roadcut where the end of Gudde Ridge was trimmed to make room for route 24, east of the Caldecott Tunnel.
That’s the lava flows of the Moraga Formation on the left. On the right edge is the coarse conglomerate of the underlying Orinda Formation. Click the photo for a 1000-pixel version. (The cut on the north side of 24 is shown here.)
This is not a view straight on; the ridge runs toward the lower right, so the steeply tilted rocks look vertical from this angle. It can often be hard to figure out the exact orientation of rocks, even in a splendid exposure like this.