Andy Rodker

Andy Rodker

Posted on 06/10/2018


Photo taken on September 21, 2012


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granite
Madrid Province
Sierra de Guadarrama
La Sierra de La Cabrera
El Pico de La Miel
Embalse de El Atazar


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More strange granitic shenanigans!

More strange granitic shenanigans!
These shallow hollows are everywhere in La Sierra de La Cabrera.
The eastern end, looking towards El Pico de La Miel and the Embalse de El Atazar.

Helena Ferreira, Fred Fouarge, Nouchetdu38, Gudrun and 17 other people have particularly liked this photo


21 comments - The latest ones
William Sutherland
William Sutherland
Remarkable capture!

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4 months ago.
Andy Rodker
Andy Rodker
Erhard,
William,
Thank you both!
4 months ago.
Andy Rodker
Andy Rodker
John F, Thank you!
4 months ago.
©UdoSm
©UdoSm
How were these precise hollows created... ???
4 months ago.
Andy Rodker has replied to ©UdoSm
I do know but keep forgetting because the answer, whatever it is, is extremely mundane!
4 months ago.
Rosalyn Hilborne
Rosalyn Hilborne
I can appreciate why you like granite so much Andy. So fascinating!
4 months ago.
Andy Rodker has replied to Rosalyn Hilborne
Endlessly fascinating Rosa!
4 months ago.
Marie-claire Gallet
Marie-claire Gallet
Very interesting and intriguing capture, Andy *******************************
4 months ago.
Andy Rodker has replied to Marie-claire Gallet
That's granite for you, Marie-claire!
4 months ago.
Keith Burton
Keith Burton
Ancient alien washing up bowls...................that's my theory anyway!

Interesting shot Andy..................some amazing shapes and textures there!
4 months ago.
Andy Rodker has replied to Keith Burton
You may be right, Keith.
4 months ago.
Larry Drummond
Larry Drummond
They are quite fascinating - how were they formed?
4 months ago.
Andy Rodker has replied to Larry Drummond
Please see my reply to Udo, Larry.
4 months ago.
Nora Caracci VERY BUSY
Nora Caracci VERY BU…
interesting indeed, love the interpretation of Keith :)
4 months ago.
Peter_Private_Box
Peter_Private_Box
Hi Andy,

Dinosaur footprints in the mud before it got baked into stone!
Where the legs of a flying saucer happened to land?

Best Wishes
Peter
4 months ago.
Andy Rodker has replied to Peter_Private_Box
100% correct, Peter!
(don't worry, it's all going famously and your friends in the white coats will be here very soon!)
4 months ago.
Andy Rodker
Andy Rodker
camino,
Rashid,
Nora,
Peter,
Thank you all!
4 months ago.
Gudrun
Gudrun
If the answer's mundane they can't be dinosaur footprints- pity;-)
4 months ago.
Fred Fouarge
Fred Fouarge
Ja ik dacht al wat kijkt die vreemd
4 months ago.
Andy Rodker
Andy Rodker
Nouchet,
Helena,
Gudrun,
Fred,
Very many thanks!
4 months ago.