Really fantastic formation of the rock.
It really does look like a face... :)
You caught a good angle! Congratulations!
Thank you. I was happy to find this formation. It's really neat and big. Now, I just have to go back there on a nice day when I have some good light to play with to get some more photos. I took this one on a gloomy and overcast day.
looks better than the original Spinx in Egypt, thanks for sharing:)
Ha, ha. Yes, at least his nose does.
Cheers to you too.
I thought you were on Easter Island!
I wish. That would be a fascinating place to visit. Cheers.
Thanks. The best part of it is that it is not a tourist attraction. Well, at least not yet.
Greetings to you and your lovely fiancee!
our planet Earth is an artist like Anya with her photos.
Very nice photo .
Like OlympicMtBoy i see an aztec or a maya.
Thank you. It reminded me of Chopin's profile when I first saw it, but an Indian chief reference matches this area better.
Is there climbing in this area? Is this a well-known feature?
Thank you. Redstone Dunes is a tourist stop with a small parking lot and a very short trail, but this particular feature is totally unknown and out of sight from trail.
I'm not aware of any existing rock climbing routes along the Northshore Road.
This is an absolutely beautiful rock formation and a beautiful picture to match!
Thanks Mark and Happy New Year 2008!
It really looks like one. Stunning art of nature there.
Yet another gem, beautiful as always. Would you mind if I added this picture to my "faces in the mountains" album? Thanks for posting.
Sure no problem. I'm glad you like it. I didn't realize there was such a album.
The coincidental "hits" nature often presents to us...!