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Discussion in 'Nature' started by davect01, Feb 7, 2013.
Last weekend's trail hike. F3 and 28-70mm Tokina.
Holes in cactus
Fountain shots are my favorites
Dave you're a really "centered" guy right ?
I like the last one. That's quite the fountain.
I'm not sure the deal with stacked rocks. I seem to find them in the most random places on hikes. I took some quick snaps with my phone last season before I got my 5n. They were about waist high.
Stacked rocks used to be common ways to mark trails. A lot of times a stack was made and there would be a large pointy rock sticking out used as an direction indicator. Nowadays it seems people just randomly stack rocks just because. It's cool to find an area on a trail that turns into a massive orgy of rock stacks...like hundreds of them. It's very cool and kinda surreal in a way too.
First off, thanks.
Second. The rocks were in the past used as trail markers, before there were printed signs. On very unestablished trails they still are.
How to Read Stacked Rocks When Hiking | eHow.com
Third. I am indeed a well "centered" person. Sorry about the lack of rule of thirds stuff.
Decided to try and crop down very heavily and see what would happen.