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Saturday, October 22, 2011

Sunday Stills ~ Rocks & Rock Formations

This weeks challenge is rocks & rock formations "They can be natural, and man made and can include stone buildings, concrete, stone statues or anything modified from rock or other minerals……..including the stone in your wedding ring"

I'll start with a few man-made ones...

The walls of the Citadel in Halifax

The fire pit in front of the cabin
The next two combine man made & natural...

The stone path to the beach at the cabin
with paint left from my artistic aunt
The edges left from blasting through the mountains
to build the highway
And now for totally natural...

some rocks that have been shaped by the Atlantic Ocean
along the shore at Peggy's Cove
and boulders that were scattered
by the glaciers that shaped the land

16 comments:

  1. I hoped you'd have some of Nova Scotia's fine scenery! Good ones, specially like Peggy's cove and the arch with the guards- looks like the Black Watch.

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  2. Thanks for sharing. Those are some really neat places. I'd sure love to visit them someday.

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  3. I see the man in kilts, did a lot of scots migrate to Halifax?

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  4. Excellent shots, what fort has the scots in the kilts? My x3 great grandfather was in the Seyforth Highlanders in the 1800's with the british army..:-)

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  5. Cool pictures. I like the bottom picture.

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  6. All lovely shots, and looks like an interesting spot to visit. :)

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  7. Firepit! Awesome interpretation but my fave is Peggy's Cove, bet it is a great place to look at tide pools.

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  8. Good ones! :)I like those of the peggy's cove.

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  9. Beautiful texture and lines on the rocks at Peggy's Cove.

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  10. These are all very cool captures. : )

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  11. Well done. Peggy's Cove looks like a cool place to check out.

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  12. Very nice job! I liked all of you pictures, but am particularly fond of stone walls. :)

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  13. Those are pretty cool pictures, a lot of rock down there.

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  14. great shots, i'd lov to stroll on that peggy's cove, am sure it has a lot to give us for photography. halifax fort is yet another great work.

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  15. great shots, i'd lov to stroll on that peggy's cove, am sure it has a lot to give us for photography. halifax fort is yet another great work.

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