Gray and Brown Beach Stones by Kathilee

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March day after a major snow melt reveal beach rocks pushed into piles on Lake Michigan Beach called Pier Cove near the town of Glenn, Michigan (USA). The brown stones with the marbled fissures called septariums are unique to this area of SW Michigan.

Can you see what looks like a cave painting of a moose with short antlers on the center stone. My friend Peter sees a beetle and to the left of that one he pointed out to me a boy hiding and smiling with long eyelashes! I see it now too!

Read my article about the unique community of Pier Cove @ http://hubpages.com/hub/Spring-at-Pier-Cove-Beach

It’s an awesome privilege to capture nature’s beauty from my very own garden landscape and Lake Michigan beach front community!

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  • photoflacky
    photoflackyover 3 years ago

    nice photo macro you have a very keen eye….lee

  • thank you so much lee, smiles

    – Kathilee

  • Richard G Witham
    Richard G Withamover 3 years ago

    I love the colors and textures in this photo and the nice shadow play.

  • Thank you Richard, I love this one too, these stones become buried in the sand during the summer, so its a real treat to find them again!

    – Kathilee

  • Laura E  Shafer
    Laura E Shaferover 3 years ago

  • Wow! Two in one! This is very cool! You have certainly made my day! Thank you for appreciating the beauty of rocks and stones!

    – Kathilee

  • SUBI
    SUBIover 3 years ago

    this is quite lovely Kathilee, so very well done, Sue :)

  • Thank you Sue, Hope you’re having a great day! :o)

    – Kathilee

  • Matsumoto
    Matsumotoover 3 years ago

    Great find! Congratulations on your wonderful feature.

  • Never too late to thank someone Matsumoto! Really do appreciate it!

    – Kathilee

  • Peter Stratton
    Peter Strattonabout 3 years ago

    What struck me first is just how much this mimics a cave drawing of a beetle! See it? You are lucky to find such rarities, Kathy. Super, and thanks for sharing! :-)

  • Oh my gosh, I never noticed that before! You have a great eye and of course a good imagination! Thanks for pointing that out Peter!

    – Kathilee

  • Peter Stratton
    Peter Strattonabout 3 years ago

    The one below it has a belly button. Hehehehe! And, the one to the left of it, hiding, is smiling and has his eye wide open and long eye lashes.. The one behind it is a little boy playing hide and seek, but you can’t really tell because he happens to be hiding… See anything else? :-) Pete

  • Oh, you’re good at this game! I’ll have to submit this to “hidden images”

    – Kathilee

  • Susana Weber
    Susana Weberabout 3 years ago

    Wonderful, Kathilee!!

  • Many thanks Susana!

    – Kathilee

  • carlinecasey
    carlinecaseyabout 3 years ago

    brilliant:)

  • Ah, thank you Carline!! :o)

    – Kathilee

  • rjcolby
    rjcolbyabout 3 years ago

    Cool find. I see a painting of Peter Rabbit riding a rather large animal, while drinking moonshine from a jug, while a while a prehistoric, long eared laughing kangaroo hops along beside them… And the shy boy as well.

  • Okay, I see it…hee!! Your imagination takes the cake!!! Thank you for the wonderful comment Rj!

    – Kathilee

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