When I took the first photo of a rocky outcrop I thought my camera was “on the blink”. There was still some of the dark blur on the second photo and my heart sank. There we were on the second of our four day trip and my camera was playing up! I took another hoping to see a clear photo, but no, a bit of the blur was still there. Chris took a photo on her camera, no blur. I’m glad to report that all subsequent photos were fine. Can someone please explain to me what caused that dark shape to appear in my photos and not on hers?
Tomorrow I will post the Maori legend of this mountain. Maybe, through my lens, I was seeing the taniwha (mythological creature/dragon/dangerous beast) of the mountain.
This week’s topic is Rocks, large and small. Thanks, Elizabeth. I love rocks, so loved the topic.
Rocks as monuments:
Rocks large and small in a creek:
Rocks in the sea:
Rocks amongst trees:
Rock on guard: (Like its eyes? I didn’t do that!):
Rocks to admire:
Rocks to explore:
A rock to sit on when one needs to sit and think:
And if you have to garden in rocky ground, just haul them out and make a border with them:
To see more Rocks, Large and Small just click here. Some of the team live in places famous for their rocks, can’t wait to see them all.