Small Landscape Day 81

Claudia McGill says: When I was in college, there was a wonderful rock collection housed in cases in several hallways of the science building. It seemed almost like magic that those rocks had been produced by natural processes here on our earth, they were just so fancy and outlandish, many of them. Hidden gems, literally, come to light. I love looking at rocks.

Small landscape, Day 81 - 6" x 6" on Masonite.

Small landscape, Day 81 – 6″ x 6″ on Masonite.

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5 thoughts on “Small Landscape Day 81

  1. Claudia McGill Post author

    Oh, that would be great!

    My grandparents liked to travel and they made one trip to the Southwest (they were from Illinois) and brought back a box full of rocks for me from very exotic places. It was just wonderful.

  2. Laura (PA Pict)

    My ten year old magpie boy loves the geology section in any museum because of all the natural “bling” that the earth produces. And all of my boys love to pick up and collect random rocks on any walk, including the walk to and from school.

  3. Claudia McGill Post author

    It is a habit that will serve them well in the future. Because I think looking for rocks can be done anywhere and it tells you a lot about the place, its history (the ancient sort and the man made) and I also enjoy paying attention to what stone local buildings are made from, wherever I go.

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