Daily photos, portraits and stories from Haninge in Sweden.
I can see why it may not have lasted. It looks to have been a pretty delicate balance.
Well I'm very happy that you captured the 'cool cairn' so beautifully before it disappeared Steffe.. did you use a prime lense here?
It's not easy to build a cairn like that! Too bad someone had to take it down. Can you build a cairn?
It is often very windy here so maybe that was the reason for the collapse?I did not Grace, but I used the macro feature on my Tamron zoom lens.I guess I could give it a go Lowell!
You need a lot of patience for this.Greetings,Filip
I like these a lot. Someone took the time to put a gentle marker of his or her visit to a place. We have seen many in Death Valley and the wild coast of Washington State.
Nice sense of balance, Stefan.There is a guy here who balances wrongs in the Ottawa River each summer. I have to go check it out sometime over the summer.
There is a guy that builds piles like this one with small rocks by the sea, but I do not know how he got the idea...
It is getting ready to topple . . .
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