Wednesday, May 11, 2011


Above: a cobble with a beak; below: a boulder with a beak on a stone row.
Natural or worked?
Above: a beak on an even bigger boulder, similar to the Larry Harrop photo found here:
and pictured below:

Above: trying to capture the whole stone, just below a large over hang below Black Rock at the CT State Park of the same name. Below: interesting formation, perhaps an enhanced turtle shape, head stone  (looking up) at center with an eye, a left foreleg boulder, and a huge split boulder carapace (perhaps).
Nearby standing quartz stone:

 One more, Porter Hill Road Woodbury, a stone I've passed by numerous times without noticing until I started thinking about these turtle beaks:

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