Thursday, April 29, 2010

Frank Karkota's Rocks

See here.

Frank also showed me some nice propped boulders and other features along Snake Meadow Brook:
Here is one from various directions. One side:
another side:
in back:A wedged rock "altar":I'll show some other features in a subsequent post.


Norman said...

Frank's photos of the pedestaled boulder are fascinating. As for the heavily fractured stone underneath one of the support stones, I would assume it began to fracture AFTER the support stone was placed. But what kind of stone is underneath that fractured like that?

pwax said...

It seemed like a kind of gneiss, re-metamorphosed granite that was a little sparkly.

pwax said...

I meant simply: metamorphosed (no "re-")