That's really cool. Where are these photos shot? I'm curious!I hope you'll come share at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/03/the-beautiful-almond-tree.html
NC Sue -- The photos were taken in Llano TX, a little town in the Texas hill country, about 80 or so miles from Austin -- at their spring festival a couple of weeks back. Lots of stones in this part of Texas, but this was the first stone-stacking event I've seen. Thanks for dropping by!
That is very strange.
Yes indeedy. You think the stacked stones are strange -- you should have seen some of the stone stackers!
That first shot is amazing! Thanks for sharing. Have a blessed Easter.
Deborah Kay -- Thanks very much! Hope you have a wonderful Easter, too. And thanks for the visit!
Interesting stone formation. Have a nice Easter.JM, IL
L and V -- Thank you. Yes, they were really intriguing. I love rocks but I don't think I'd ever be able to do anything like this. Thanks for stopping by, and have a Happy Easter!
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