Sunday, October 23, 2011

Sunday Stills - Rocks

   Rocks and rock formations is the Sunday still challenge this week.  Sharon told me she thought we had some neighbors cows in our horse pasture. So we drove the fence line looking for a hole in the fence. I saw these sandstone rock formations and remembered this weeks challenge.





And here my helpers finding the best rock in the pile!

Clicking on the picture makes them bigger. Until next time take care

16 comments:

Linda said...

Great shots.....makes me want to see your neck of the woods first hand. I love the "family" portrait ;)

dibear said...

Interesting rock formations. Love the shot with the dogs. :)

Shirley said...

Very cool rocks- love the first peek hole, and of course, the dogs rockin' thew rocks!

dennisthemennis.co.uk said...

love the one thats balancing ...

MTWaggin said...

Isn't sandstone just cool how it forms with the weather? Really awesome rocks (and helpers!)

maggiescamera said...

Great shots! The formations are so prominent in all the pictures.

WildBlack said...

Amazing formations :D Cool shots

Ebie said...

These are cool! A pretty nice nice to be outdoors with your beautiful models. The doggies look so cute and obliged to pose!

Ann said...

I like holes in the rocks. Who do you think made them?

Thanks for visiting.

Ed said...

Very cool shots, sandstone makes for some interesting formations thanks to wind, water and erosion..:-)

2browndawgs said...

Beautiful pictures and interesting rock formations. Of course we are fond of the one with the helpers. :)

Judy Johnson said...

Nice job,Jake!! You live in some pretty country down there too in WY. Please take a look at my granddaughter's Sunday Still photo for this week at http://thingsandplacesilove.blogspot.com/.

henrygl said...

wow, great shots, 2nd one reminds me of Lion King. great landscape.

Sarah said...

I think the sandstone is my favorite rock of our area. They are always so interesting.Something new to discover every time you pass by some. Great pictures! Glad you two had a fun and safe trip to Douglas and back.

Firas said...

Solid and so very rocky! Great shots :)

Trapper Creek Daughter said...

Love that kind of country.