Sunday, October 09, 2011

Tremper Mountain, Oddities

The stone above was near the rock piles in the previous post. It's likely, even probably natural, but the contours were enough like a stylized face that I thought it was worth photographing and posting.
There was also this huge standing stone elsewhere on the mountain, but it may well have been set upright during the blue stone quarrying process.

Just a reminder: There's a group on Facebook called Celebrating the Ceremonial Stone Landscapes of Eastern North America, where all parties interested in rock piles and these ceremonial sites are invited to join and post.

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