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Paul

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These rock formations dot the Landscape of the Theordore Rosevelt National Park in Western North Dakota. THey are formed when bits of lime stone slowly over time attach to a harder mineral and during water movment during the Galcial times make the rocks round. They looked neat anyway.

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Nice captures, Paul. I know the exact spot. Brings back a lot of great memories.

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Why I think you have some prehistoric brontosauris eggs there grin...that last image sure looks like one grin...nice images Paul!

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