A friend of mine took this photo while attending a retreat in the mountains. Someone had uniquely stacked the river rocks, which made for an interesting photo.
Source: From a friend
By Rachel's Mom from Wilkesboro, NC
Thanks for sharing, good luck.
These "rock formations" are called Inukshuks. They have been built by the Inuit People as human representation to say "I have been here" or to mark a way. Since travel has become more common in the high north, they have been copied by people who like to leave these signs along highways or rivers or wherever rocks that can be moved and piled are found!
I love this photo! It's beautiful! I tried to set it as a desktop background but it was too fuzzy because of the size of the picture saved from here :-( Would you be willing to email your original computer version of it via email? If so, just click my contact button here and let me know and I'll give you my email address :-) No matter what, I've already given you a thumbs up!
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