Saturday, October 17, 2009

"Rock in a hole" a timely story


I didn't go geese hunting this morning but decided to post this picture which fascinated me when I found it this past summer. It is part of an old sea wall and the force of the incoming and outgoing tides must cause the bigger rock in the middle to go spinning around in the hole causing it to gradually get larger each day with rock and tide rotations.

7 comments:

bobbie said...

What an interesting situation.

Josie Ray said...

Interesting photo. It reminds me of an egg in a nest.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Great find.How long it must have taken to grind away the rock!
Blessings,Ruth

Kay said...

This is so interesting. There must be a message in that.

Tammie Lee said...

wonderful photo ~
this would have caught my attention too!

Deborah Godin said...

I would have shot a photo of this if I'd seen it, too. I love those kind of moments in time!

Mary said...

Fascinating to know how it happens....such an interesting find.