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This week, how about stone/rock/brick, etc?

Posted by rcnaylor (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 3, 09 at 10:29

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sounds good to me!

one of my favorites, "grid rock"

little stone house

both from "the tank", aka, sony cd1000
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Love that gridrock!


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Taken on the road between Sedona and Jerome, AZ


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Block wall that DH made, sweet potato vine and petunias.


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Patio pavers we recently put in with a little space left around the root ('knee') of a cypress tree.


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One more!

I've got one more! Butterfly weed against a brick wall.


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Table Rock in my lath house.

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And a very rocky trail.

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Ron


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Rocks in a dish makes a good watering system for honeybees.

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Konrad


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Stone castle near us- built by a truck driver and his wife

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Some great and interesting pics guys!

I never thought about watering honeybees Konrad. I didn't know they needed it. I may try that.


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Here is a little more rock from New Mexico

summer
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fall
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water
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Great idea! And what interesting pictures, all of them.

Poppies against my chimney:

Poppies and Stone

And I have to add my ice house.....

From my Pantry Window

Terrace


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A Heron fishes the Potomac River


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Big Rock!


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Man, I'd have loved to be there to take that pic. Or at least try to. Where is that?


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Bold Cypress

I think a Bold Cypress in Hillsborough River State Park, FL.

Fuji 8000


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Wow, that is beautiful solstice.
Like rcnaylor, I want to know where is this place?

Ron


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"Cheating" a little the exif data shows its filed in an "Alaska" file. Sure looks like some of that state's beautiful scenery.


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Wow Crunchpa, that is beutiful!! I love the first shot - it's perfect! Where is it?


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Mayfield Park, Austin TX -- peacock on stone wall:
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Mayfield Park -- dovecote:
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Monument Hill, La Grange TX -- brewery ruins:
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Thanks for your comments gor-gor......It is in the Finger Lakes region of NY.
"Sonnenberg Mansion: Perched atop the sun-bathed hill of the estate known as "Sonnenberg" (German for "sunny hill") is a 40-room Queen Anne-style mansion. New York City bank financier Frederick Ferris Thompson and his wife, Mary Clark Thompson, the daughter of New York State governor Myron Holley Clark, purchased the property in 1863"


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This picture of was taken at Atalaya Castle, also known as Atalaya.
Huntington Beach State Park, Murrells Inlet, SC.

Have A Nice Day
Linesman

Here is a link that might be useful: Atalaya Castle


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Pillow lava.
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So sorry I didn't get back to you all on the question about the Alaska picture! I just never seem to have time these days to follow-up on anything.

Yes, it's Alaska. The photo was taken on a cruise of Glacier Bay. Truly one of the most amazing places I have ever been. It's a national park and a national treasure. Like the Grand Canyon, knowing about it from pictures and really knowing what it looks like in person are such different things that it's hard to describe. I honestly had no idea it would be so spectacular and beautiful. The full day at Glacier Bay made the entire trip worthwhile and we've talked about trying to figure out how to afford another visit! In the early morning when we entered the mouth of the bay it was solid fog/mist and you could only see small icebergs. But about 9am the fog started to lift - you can still see some of it in the photo - and we 'discovered' the surrounding mountains. Breathtaking.

Kate


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I forgot about this one until I ran across it looking for something else. Light House rock in Palo Duro Canyon State Park in Texas.

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