I see an elephant in these folds ....or is it an eagles head :)
Quelle rocher et rendu et mouvement de plaques de roche sueprbe
14 Sep 2018 5:36am
Some amazing forces have been at work there . . and, yes, I see the elephant !
14 Sep 2018 6:31am
Funny how different folk see different shapes. Can't really see the elephant, or the eagle, but can pick out half of a horse's head (eye and nostril giving it away) looking down, and also a spaniel's face with the left ear hanging forward!
14 Sep 2018 7:48am
@dobbino: Think of it as a Rorschach test :) I see the Horse head but the Spaniel escapes me. The elephants head is in profile on the right side, which could also be the eagles head if you incorporate a few more of the layers to the left of the trunk....... Just spotted the spaniel
Its Terry Dactyl.
14 Sep 2018 7:52am
I see Boris Johnson, lurking just behind the elephant. Nice look at the bay.
14 Sep 2018 10:59am
@Shaun: Arg. will never be able to view this picture in the same light again
Amazing striations and textural aplomb. I see the elephant and somewhat of a heart over to the left.
14 Sep 2018 1:11pm
I see an elephant, too !
14 Sep 2018 1:34pm
It seems like the formation has fallen over and the layers have gone vertical. Interesting shot.
14 Sep 2018 2:08pm
@B. Thomas: There is an awful lot of folding of both limestone in this case and sandstone too on this coast
bel effet sous cette forme comme un éléphant
14 Sep 2018 2:27pm
I can see both. Love the grit of the B&W
14 Sep 2018 3:11pm
Amazing sculpted rock. It looks indeed like an ancient elephant form frozen in time.
14 Sep 2018 11:41pm
A magnificent image. I see an elephant too. It is amazing how these layers of rock have been almost turned from being horizontal to perpendicular. There must have been an enormous earthquake or something.
15 Sep 2018 1:32am
15 Sep 2018 6:40am
it does look like the head of an elephant
18 Sep 2018 5:51pm
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