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Great picture. This is a good subject.


Random act of art - I love it!

Mark Caldwell

Great shot :-)


Like hikers' cairns or the earliest Buddha statues. These are great. Happy WW!

Donna W

Nifty. And it's a beautiful picture, too.

Lisa Milton

Beautiful - very creative.


Cool photo, Wesley! Obviously, this is clear evidence of an earlier (and apparently quite advanced) civilization. :)

Mimi Lenox

Wonderful photo.

Leaving a special note for WW participants tonight. I know you've seen those blue globes in sidebars with peace slogans.It's time again.
We will have another BlogBlast For Peace November 7, 2007. Bloggers from all over the world will blog for peace. You are cordially invited to fly your peace globe and write a Dona Nobis Pacem post that day. Thanks to the many WW bloggers who participated last year. It will be a fantastic day in the blogosphere! Click here for the scoop and please spread the groovy peace vibe on your blogs if you would be so kind.
How To Get Your Peace Globe November 2007



I saw these all over a beach in California for the first time and since then have noticed more. These ones are especially HIGH.


oh nice picture. happy ww


Now those are some awesome rocks! I have found where someone had done this before in Allegany! Great shot for sure!

Shannon Hodgins

Beautiful river art! Rainbow folks leave river art where they may go..... Shannon

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