United States Oregon Cape Meares
by Jim Dockery
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© Michael Hatten htt…, on October 20, 2007, said:
Wonderful series of images you've been getting.
Can you tell me the significance of these Rock Cairns? I see them everywhere I go.
Jim Dockery, on October 21, 2007, said:
When you find them in the mountains they are often trail markers, but on the beach like this they are merely decrative. I found a small one on this log and added on to make this one for some photos. I have many of them around my yard. Check out this link for some of the amazing work of Andy Goldsworthywho works with natural materials - his books and video are very inspriational.
© Michael Hatten htt…, on October 21, 2007, said:
I'll check out the link.
By the way. Have you ever heard of these Cairns being called "Stone Boys"?? I vaugely remember hearing it somewhere.
Keep up the Great Work!
David Bertizzolo, on January 8, 2008, said:
Fabulous cairn jim.
Antonia Frau Martin, on February 27, 2009, said:
Bonitos los colores, gran nitidez y muy buena composición. Saludos
©karin garcia, on June 6, 2009, said:
You know the Tag " Steinmännchen" ? Your picture is beautiful.
alopex2000, on September 8, 2011, said:
Favorit for this meditative shot. Best wishes, alopex.
SiteOne, on October 30, 2011, said:
It look´s like a duck... :-)
P@@ul, on February 15, 2012, said:
Joli tas de cailloux !
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