Thursday, September 09, 2010

Where Have All the Boulders Gone?

 Rock walls like these are found in the Sutter Buttes and are thought to have been used
 as hunting blinds by local native tribes.
Photo by Daniel Barth.
Sutter Butte landscape boulders are a pleasing reddish brown granite covered in moss.
The moss gives the stones a long forgotten look as if they had been left ages ago.

SIZES: Various sizes from 18" to 60" in diameter.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

"Hunting blinds".

Sure. Rock lines (walls) that run for miles in the open with no cover that took millions of man hours to build - for hunting blinds. Right.