Niched on a Rock

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  1. John E.

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    O.K. how did the flowers get in the picture :scratch:


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    You tell US. Ernie
     
  3. JonMikal

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    first off, cool shot. i will say years of sediment erosion has deposited soil in the voids and crevices of the rock, thus allowing the vegetation to flourish? ;)
     
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    Smart A**!! I say a little fairy came down and made a home on the rock and started a garden!!! :drunk:
     
  5. John E.

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    :lol: Good answer. Judging by the responce I think I have much work to do on these type of pictures. I worked in mineral exploration for 15yrs so I attained an appreaciation of them, even the mundane ones.

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    :er: Personally, I like my answer better.
     
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    That must be a neat thing to see, flowers growing out of rocks!!!Well you know me I love flowers. Thanks for sharing John! : )
     
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    Thanks photo gal

    JonMikal is like a geologist's description.

    Your answer works the best, and the one I would like to stick too for artistic merit, ya that's it fairies that should make it more interesting :lmao:
     

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