I like to explore….
Giant mushroom. Great shot. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Gordon and you are welcome!
Anybody want to tell me rocks can’t talk.
Hmmm, I wonder if this area was once an ancient sea floor? The formation appears to be weathered by eons of wave action. Great photo!
It’s definitely been weathered this way but I don’t know exactly how…cool though, right?!!
Nice one! I would really enjoy to rest in tat shadow wiv a cold can of beer 🙂
Good idea! 🙂
Isn’t it?!! 🙂
What a fabulous find! SO amazing – a great sculpture from Mother Nature’s workshop!
The BEST workshop in existence! 🙂
Once again another amazing blue sky! Have you told me which camera you use?
this is with my little Samsung Digital camera – quite limited but served us pretty well considering it was just a ‘little’ camera. My Nikon D60 is my baby now 🙂
I use iPhone and a Nikon D7000
It is impressive how good iPhone photographs can be…..and you always have it with you too, of course!
Now, how do you figure …??
Weird huh?! 🙂
Great composition 🙂
Thanks Bashar! 🙂
Always follow you in your post full of art, especially the pots in South America, I’m from Argentina, a pleasure to see your world, there where you breathe art.
Hi there…thanks for your lovely words. South America was very inspirational for me and opened my eyes to new sights and I fulfilled some childhood dreams there too. I never got chance to see Argentina and Brazil – I do hope I get to visit one day! It is a pleasure for me to share the sights I’ve seen and the things I create inspired by the world around me….I’m happy to hear you like them 🙂 I wish you a lovely weekend 🙂
The Andes awaits you, I hope one day you get here.
breathtaking and dynamic
Ah you are a bee-keeper! How wonderful! Thank you for visiting 🙂 Have a lovely Easter
Nature is the best artist!
That is very true!
Crazy beautiful…so strange, too. 🙂
Thanks and I agree 🙂
hey! this is kinda neat!! =D
Hi, thanks! I certainly thought so 🙂
pure magic !
Isn’t nature just the best?!! 🙂
YOU’re the Best !
Awww! Thanks 🙂 🙂
Wonderful shot and shape!
Thank you….it’s a lovely natural ‘sculpture’ to shoot 🙂
I have a smaller version growing in my sock drawer. : (
Haha, Nice 😉
Very impressive. Incredible to think that this has been formed over such a long time just by the erosion of wind and sand bashing against the rock and removing the softer surface.
Isn’t it just! The magic of nature…..thanks for your thoughts 🙂
One would expect the very next gust of wind
to blow this artisyic rock formation right over 😦
But it will be still standing
in many years to come 🙂
It is certainly an amazing thing! Thanks Androgoth 🙂
Fantastic photo. Nature can overcome the unimaginable. Thank you!
Very true words! Thank you 🙂
Awesome and odd!
Amazing. Makes me think of a painting by Salvador Dali.
Me too!! Desolate landscape then these strange rocky forms….so Dali-esque
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