Flashback Friday: Rocks Rock My World


It appears that Flashback Fridays are my opportunity to celebrate my total nerdy fascinations. Which means it's also your weekly opportunity to laugh at me. I like rocks. All kinds of rocks. I like them all, in a totally non-geological kind of way.


I like rocks that are placed by the universe to encourage me to sit and appreciate the view.

Somewhere along the road in the highlands of Scotland






I like mountain rocks and beach rocks.





Aquas Calientes, Peru Manuel Antonio NP, Costa Rica


I like rocks that watch me.....

... and rocks that watch the road.

Thingvellir National Park, Iceland



I like dry rocks and wet rocks


Berber village, Morocco Plitvice Lakes NP, Croatia


I like Canadian rocks that balance or are carved by the elements:


Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta


Lake Superior Provincial Park, Ontario

Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick


Scottish rocks fascinate me, thanks to Diana Gabaldon.

The Standing Stones at Machrie Moor, Isle of Arran, Scotland


Westcoast American rocks are naturally amazing....

Haystack Rock, Cannon Beach, Oregon, USA


...but East coast Canadian rocks are pretty stunning, too.

Quidi Vidi, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada

Some rocks display art.

Some rocks are art...

Agawa Rock Pictographs, Ontario Amethyst Mine, Ontario


... and some reminds me of great art

Edvard Munch's The Scream on Sucia Island, Washington, USA



Some rocks are flat on the ground.


Some are stacked.

Nova Scotia, Canada Vik, Iceland


It doesn't seem to matter where I am in the world, I will be found spending time just looking at rocks. I like rocks.

Flower Pot Island, Five Fathoms National Marine Park, Ontario


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Have a great weekend! Plan a trip, dream of adventures, and make the first step towards your next journey. Go look at some rocks! See you Monday!