Weeping Rock at Zion National Park
Weeping Rock is an overhanging blind arch which “rains” every day of the year. The spring water seeping out of the rock 100 feet overhead takes nearly 1000 years to travel through the porous Navajo sandstone above.
Checkerboard Mesa Details
Details of the Checkerboard Mesa at Zion National Park. The unusual crack pattern in the sandstone hills resemble a grid much like you would see on a checkerboard.
Red Rock Coulee Natural Area
Red Rock Coulee is located in south-eastern Alberta, Canada The main feature of this natural landscape is the huge red boulders of sandstone concretions.
Red Rock Coulee Natural Area contains large red spherical sandstone concretions that have eroded out of the softer bedrock. It is located in south-eastern Alberta, Canada.
Rock with Orange Moss
A rock with orange moss and the valley of the Canadian prairies in the background.
Malchite Mineral Rock
Malachite is an important protection stone and is a birthstone for the zodiac signs of Libra, Scorpio and Capricorn. Malachite is believed to protect the wearer from accidents and protects travelers.
Aragonite Mineral Cluster
Cluster of twinned aragonite whitch is known as the Anger Management Stone. This rock promotes healthy skin, bones and tissue.
Rubellite Tourmaline Mineral Rock
Rubellite Tourmaline is a mineral with rich and varied colors that was a popular stone in Victorian times.
Garnet Faceted Crystal
The Garnet is a stone of purity and truth as well as a symbol of love and compassion.
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