Sunday, January 25, 2015

Sunday Sunlight


  1. I love it, and it reminds me of a dolmen or sacred burial site!

  2. Dear Victoria - this is a beautiful photo. We do not have sun here right now so this is extra special to see. Hope you have a delightful week. Hugs!

  3. Beautiful, soft light and intriguing, amazing stones.
    Do you know the story behind their being there, Victoria?

  4. Vicki, the appearance is deceiving; they're much bigger than they look. The smallest boulder is probably five feet in diameter, while the whole pile is about 35 feet high. They're the top of a lower elevation mountain peak; there are piles like this all over up here. The boulders were once one huge mass and are about 1.7 billion years old; weather extremes fractured them into boulders. These mountains are know, I'll do a post about this for you. It's pretty amazing stuff, geologically speaking.

    1. Fascinating! They're huge boulders! I'd love to know more...
      They must be wonderful havens for wildlife.


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