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Really big rocks



It’s always nice to stand next to something that makes me look smaller….


February 5, 2009 - Posted by | fun, nature, personal, photo, women | , , , , , , , ,


  1. Great photo! I can almost touch the rocks from here! Thank you, Viv. Even though I couldn’t get very close to the rocks at Stonehenge (about 13 years ago), I felt something there that I’m only now beginning to understand…the way the vibrations resonate…like listening to music without hearing anything.

    Comment by shelleymhouse | February 5, 2009

  2. What strikes me on this photo, Viv, ifs that the clothes you wear have exactly the same colours as the big stone you are touching. The result being that you look as if you were coming out of the stone, or made out of this stone.

    Comment by Miki | February 5, 2009

  3. hehehehehe
    I noticed myself. I wear this range of colours a lot; I’m actually wearing the shirt today, as it happens.
    What worried me is that people might think the Really Big Rocks are the ones on my chest not the Barrow behind me and think I was making a double entendre….
    My favourite pair of trousers for many years was some combat trousers in camoflage, from the army navy stores in Conway in Wales. My eyes are the same colour, that green-grey of lichened rocks. the family joke I am really a troll, because I sometimes say I am running out of fuel when I am running out of energy.

    Comment by viv66 | February 5, 2009

  4. Shelley, there is an amzing resonance at the stones of Stonehenge but they are best on a wet day when there’s hardly anyone around. You would love West Kennet Longbarrow a few miles from Avebury as you can go inside the burial chambers. I sang in it. It’s so rare you can get inside these places.

    Comment by viv66 | February 5, 2009

  5. How cool! If only I didn’t live so far away…

    Comment by shelleymhouse | February 6, 2009

  6. I just saw that rock and their was someone there on the rock!!! lol

    Comment by Michael Pokocky | February 8, 2009

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