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This Rawks!

The art of Nature and Humankind in stone

Keiss Castle, Caithness, Scotland by iainmac2

Rare nature phenomenon in Finland, giant monolith balancing on a rock

Beehive Huts 2000 BC, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland

Huge Crystal

Guatemala & Crystals

Alongside the road Scotland

Oldest House in Aveyron (Dating from the 13th Century) - France

Los Organos, Canary Islands, Spain

Los Organos, Canary Islands, Spain | A1 Pictures

A toue (shepherd’s shelter) in the Pyrénées. ...

A toue (shepherd’s shelter) in the Pyrénées. ...

The Pipers Bodmin Moor Cornwall

Megalithic grave Harhoog located in Keitum on the island of Sylt in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. The Harhoog is an extended dolmen, a type of megalithic tomb. It was built by the Funnelbeaker culture, probably around 3000 BC. It has been moved from its original location 1954.

With over 3,000 prehistoric standing stones, Carnac (in Brittany, France) is the largest megalithic site in the world. More pictures of this place in the photobank section. © Jean-Michel PRIMA 2010.

The Alignments of Carnac — World Mysteries Blog

Figure Beneath Mushroom Maya Culture (Museo Nacional De Arqueologia, Guatemala City)

Hematite inclusions in Quartz from Brandberg Mountains, 160 km west of Omaruru, Namibia

Scyphocrinites Moroccan Silurian Camerate Crinoid

Rose Quartz Geode - Druzy Cabochon | What is Druzy? Druzy crystals take hundreds or even thousands of years to form. They form as molten rock begins to cool with trapped gases inside. The gases cause gaps in the rock. As groudwater flows through these gaps for century after century, minerals crystalize on the rock--forming a blanket of intense crystalization.

Grossular, Vesper Peak, Sulton, Snohomish Co., Washington thumbnail - 2.5 x 2 x 1.6 cm - Cluster of glassy and transparent cinnamon brown Grossular crystals with excellent luster.