It's my turn again, and as usual I struggle to find something that is bothe hard enough to find and interesting enough geologically speaking. Which means I should be able to find out something about the geology myself, preferrably without resorting to at-work literature searches: If you need a subscription to read about the geology, it's unfair.
Matthew's mysterious table mountain took a while to find. I searched in all the wrong places first, and finally found it in another "wrong place". A geological map showed what it is, but really opened more new questions as to why it is where it is. Maybe I should go have a look at it in person?
One thing that I'm reasonably certain of, is that it's not an "outlier".
This one IS an outlier. I don't think it will be hard to find, and it's well documented so Schott's rule is in effect.
For any new players to Where on (Google) Earth, simply post a comment with latitude and longitude and write something about the (geologic/geographic/hydrographic) feature in the picture. If you win, you get to host the next one. Previous WoGEs are collected by Felix on his blog and a KML file.
If you don't know what the Schott Rule is, it doesn't apply to you.