“Rocks and minerals: the oldest storytellers.”
― A.D. Posey
I’ve always been fascinated by rock formations. There is a story there if you pause to notice…..
A drought in New Mexico?
An uplift of an inland sea?
The land that we now know as Ireland once lay below a vast sea that covered the earth. The ancient seabed filled with layers of dead sea creatures metamorphosed into
limestone. Over a process of millions of years, the land was uplifted forming hills and mountains. A series of ice ages further changed the landscape by sculpting out fjords and leaving valleys and lakes in their wake. The Burren in Western Ireland is a perfect place to explore these ancient processes.
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Life Inspiration, Motivation & Encouragement for daily life
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Becky Ross Michael: author & editor
Design, Plant, & Enjoy a Healthy Northwest Garden
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An exploration of Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music
Conversations On Creativity
Longing for "the endless immensity of the sea"
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Birding Oregon and California, nature and outdoors
Wildlife welfare, environmental conservation and animal rights
Sustainable Living for a Healthy Planet