Next time you have five minutes, gather some flat rocks and create an Inukshuk.
It turns out, anyone can do it.
Actually, MY brain interprets this particular inukshuk as a penguin with a baseball hat, but maybe that’s just me. 🙂
Ive seen rocks like that stacked at least 4 to 5 feet tall in VERY narrow pillar form in northern California .. and VERY delicately balanced. its ASTOUNDING how intricate they can be.
. in the south pacific they are called a ” heiau” and draped with “ti leaves” as an offering to the gods. . .
The penguin observation is spot on. complete with the white belly.
To me it is a jumping anvil
Calling for a hammer
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