Monday, November 05, 2007

Saami Seidas and other Cultural Stones

By Geophile

In the Western hemisphere they're most often called glacial erratics. And, of course, real glacial erratics do exist. I am probably not the only person here, however, who has seen big stones, especially in outstanding or extraordinary places on the landscape, that looked . . . manipulated.

That is why I like this link.

And this, while a bit rambling, is also interesting.

1 comment :

pwax said...

A lonesome feeling to those rocks. I guess it is mostly artic "boreal" kinds of setting.