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March 06, 2011

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Wow! An absolutely gorgeous, thought-provoking picture. When the Middle East calms down a bit, I would really like to go to Egypt and see that rock art!

You should - it's all over the place, it's spectacular, and it's intimate.

And, of course, I have lots more images!

love that idea!..

Thank you Michael for sharing this beautiful piece of art as one of your favorite geological pictures. I liked the way you came up with a picture that covered so many different areas of interest.
The parade is finally rolling at http://theaccretionarywedge.wordpress.com/2011/03/12/aw32-a-parade-of-geological-images/

There is no doubt an interesting article, thanks to the author.

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