POSTED 3:42 p.m., 2014
Homage To Stones In My Gardens.
Top image: Stones & Succulents
Middle image: Stone Twins
Bottom image: Stones With Web
In front of this wall was a slope in which was embedded a stone that jutted out - my stone. Often, when I was alone, I sat down on this stone. and then began an imaginary game that went something like this: “I am sitting on top of this stone and it is underneath.” But the stone also could say “I” and think: “I am lying here on this slop and he is sitting on top of me.” The question then arose: ‘“Am I the one who is sitting on the stone, or am I the stone on which he is sitting?”
POSTED July 23, 6:03 p.m., 2014.
From Carl G. Jung’s Dreams, Reflections and Memories
When he was aged 7 - 9 years.
POSTED July 12, 12:33 p.m., 2014
”..(petra), meaning rock) is a historical and archaeological city in the Jordanian governorate of Ma’an that is famous for its rock cut architecture and water conduits..”
11 July 2014 Last updated at 19:19 ET
“Imagine a lump of iron the size of a tennis ball. Weigh it in your hand. Now let it drop on to your foot. How does that feel? Now imagine an identical object three times as dense. How would that feel if you dropped it? Would you ever walk again?
That metal is tungsten.
As well as being incredibly dense it is also incredibly hard and has the highest melting point of all the elements - 3,422C.
A century or so ago the world had no use for it - it was almost impossible to shape or work the stuff. Yet now we use tungsten to write with, to traverse glaciers, to emit X-rays and to destroy buildings without the use of explosives.”
POSTED July 2, 4:47 p.m., 2014
EXCELLENT FLAVORED PEACHES HARVESTED FROM MY TREE, TO GO WITH MY CHERRY HARVEST.
THE BIRDS ARE PERCHED ON MY ROOF ~ AWAITING THEIR OPPORTUNITIES.
SHALL I CAN?
He says the bodies that are put inside the tombs, which are made of this stone, completely decompose in 40 days. We know that other ancient resources mention the fame of this type of stone. Thanks to these resources, we found out that magnificent tombs were made of this stone
POSTED June 28, 1023 a.m., 2014
Elephant Leaf Flower and Peach ~ Harvest of 2014
POSTED June 28, 10:17 a.m., 2014
Brain Cactus with Coral, Shell, and Stones ~ My Garden
June 26, 2014 8:07PM ET
“Oklahoma has had nearly double the number of earthquakes as California, local news reported after five earthquakes on Thursday morning rattled an area of the state where oil and gas drilling is prevalent.
While California recorded 88 earthquakes of a magnitude 3.0 or greater this year, 174 of the same intensity have shaken Oklahoma. On Thursday, the region was hit by five quakes with magnitudes higher than 3.0 — the magnitude at which tremors can easily be felt, Oklahoma City’s KOCO news reported…
Seismologists have concluded that fracking — a process where water, sand and chemicals are shot underground at high pressure to release trapped oil and gas deposits — can cause small earthquakes.”