Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Rock Stacking.

  Maine Coast near Surry at Morgan's bay.

 I always thought it was the lack of native rock in Smith County, Texas that drove this urge, but maybe it's universal.

  I don't expect they made it through the winter, but would be interesting to know how long they lasted.

  Several good links on the SwissMiss comments.  Via Breda.  Thanx!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

What's the scale on that? Are we looking at pebbles, or boulders? It's an impressive piece of artwork, in any case.

B Woodman

Robert said...

The smallest rock in the photo weighs approx 10,000 kilos. Maybe 10,500.

Robert said...

There are people standing on the base rock flying kites.