Pointing the finger

This rock formation in St Andrews juts out accusingly into the North Sea.

Cee’s Back & White Photo Challenge: Rocks, Boulders, Stones

Rough And Rocky

I would strongly advise against trying to negotiate your way across these rocks on the shore at Pittenweem. There are surely easier ways to break an ankle.

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Bumpy or Lumpy

Desert Landscape

Although this looks a little like a lunar landscape, in fact this photograph was taken on Sir Bani Yas island in Abu Dhabi. The long shadows of approaching sunset provide plenty of detail.

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Rocks, Boulders, Stones

A Nod To Escher

This photograph is of part of a ruined monastery (I think) in Sarlat, a medieval town in the Dordogne.

This week, Cee is looking for images of rocks. You could perhaps argue that these are stones rather than rocks, but what exactly is the difference between a stone and a rock?

Well, according to Wikipedia (so it must be true), stone is rock that’s had a bit of work done on it. Still made of rock though, I’d argue.

Judiciously cropped, as here, it reminded me of something that M C Escher might have produced.

stones

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Rocks