Just protecting what I love on an island in the Pacific.
We saw an artist one time building those all over our beach Lily & Edward
I have not seen any here but have seen a lot of them on several blogs... forget the rocks, look at that STUNNING sky over that gorgeous water.
I've seen these in several locations over here on the West Coast of Canada... Takes a bit of patience and skill to build these interesting creations I'm thinking!
Interesting. I've not seen stacks in person.
We've seen these and recall seeing signs in some places asking people not to build them, to leave nature as is. Is it that much of a problem, I've always wondered.
Cairns, don't get me started! If you go back to the days of the French and Spanish on the mainland they use to mark trails to everything from camps, to water to treasure with carins. Some have some very specific builds to them so that you can sight through a peep hole to the next locattion you are going. They can also be used to make a geometric pattern over 100s of yards or even miles as a way of pinpointing an exact spot (treasure or a mine). Needless to say, I get very excited about certain cairns!
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