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Some of the huge granite boulders which were piled up on each other during the glacial period have formed some interesting natural architecture.
Bear River, Oxford County, Maine
wonderful textures and detail joline love the window a cracker nice one
The lichen and leaves, stone and water make a very pleasing quilt in this marvel of nature.
Well spotted and exposed, must have been tricky
A case of less is more here Joline !!
You can't better nature for this construction with so much texture and subtle colour.
Well spotted. These little windows are always fascinating
and sometimes hard to expose for.
Eroded by higher water levels as well by the look of it Joline.
Fresh green life against the stone, lovely contrasting textures. Right up my street!
What a find, what a photograph. A real page turner.
A fine study of textures, the whole being well composed and very well focussed.
A super glimpse of the river which makes me want to know what it's like through there. The green leaves against the grey stones are beautiful.
Nature beautifully recorded...
What a well taken opportunity Joline - the ancient natural landscape has served you (and us) well.
if you were an Am. Indian warrior with a bow and arrow you could sit up here and watch for red coats--- or deer!
Love these boulders!
Beautifully seen and captured Joline; lovely image.
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