Moving rocks! Very interesting shot Jeff S.
This is a very wierd geologic phenomenon that no one really knows how it happens. It's impressive you found one of these. Some geologists believe that the winds here can be strong enough to very slowly drag rocks like this causing a "track" in the mudcracks that form shrinking of the soil when water evaporites. Other people however still believe it's the workings of aliens!
He he he... somebody needs to believe dragging was caused by aliens...
As Jeff said, they probably won't stay there, when a hard wind blows, to perceive the movement!!
Anyway... thanks Matt for your interesting comment. Greetings from Italy, Matteo.
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Superpicture, greetings from Genoa.
Hmm? really interesting....
Bella luz y texturas. Me gusta.
Amazing and misterious! LK!.
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Photo taken in Racetrack Valley Road, Death Valley National Park, California, USA
Misplaced? Suggest new location