It would be interesting to monitor the coloration changes to the freshly exposed rock as it is subject to the air.
I agree that it would be interesting. My panorama probably doesn't have the quality required to do serious monitoring. And image color is dependent on camera sensors, time of day, atmospheric conditions, etc. Though I think I have enough information to measure the change in tone relative to a nearby point. Perhaps someone could generate a very high resolution image like was done for El Cap (I don't have a link handy, but I'm sure you can google it).
The newly exposed rock appears to be similar in hue to Madame G's buttress, Airy Aria, and lots of other rock that I think of as being particularly orange.