Stone Masonry part 3

This is the last of three blogs about a short bluff on Eagle Mountain where Buffy and I often hike. Iron in the rock resulted in these dramatic designs, and the designs are called liesegang banding.

What an imagination Nature had when it came to this short bluff, and then having the assistance and willingness from the elements who completed these projects.

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All the pictures from these 3 blogs (except landscape ones)  came from this bluff.

IMG_4260 red altI didn’t notice the profile face until just now when placing the picture in the blog. It definitely has an alien look about it.

IMG_4261 red altThe talent involved in the “carving” of this bluff …

IMG_4276 red altthe variety,

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and even a modified heart shape.

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Anyone home?

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The hike along this bluff was most of the dramatic hikes I’ve had in I don’t know how long. It was rugged. It was exciting. It was breathtaking, and it was strenuous.

Next time I plan to hike here, I’ll be sure to have Wheaties for breakfast!


4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Therese on January 6, 2013 at 11:56 am

    Beautiful job, Kathy. I see a side view of a man in the first picture of the bluff.


  2. I continue tio find these formations incredible. Humans would have a difficult time trying to chisel all of the shapes and layers.


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