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dsefcik
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5/4/2016
dsefcik
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http://www.darensefcik.com/Photography/Rock-Art/Yoni

I forgot I had put these online several years ago, many of them will be recognizable, some are in areas way off any beaten path...let the yoni wars begin....smile

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ziphius
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5/4/2016
ziphius
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Number 14/37 is my favorite because your buddy used duct tape to repair his sun hat.

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anutami
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5/12/2016
anutami
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Here is a double yoni, this is right in front of someones yard in Ramona near where I live.


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5/13/2016
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Fanning the flames, Daren, fanning the flames smile Apparently geologists call these mimetoliths. Here's a quote from the Memphis Archaeological and Geological Society newsletter (http://www.memphisgeology.org/images/rocknews0613.pdf) on the subject:

"The word “mimetolith” was developed in the 1980s by .R. V. Dietrich, Professor at Central Michigan University, and he describes the mimetoliths as: “a natural topographic feature, rock outcrop, rock specimen, mineral specimen, or loose stone the shape of which resembles something else…or the surface pattern of which resembles [something else] such as an animal, a flower, a person.” The key words in the above definition are natural, shape, and resembles. For a rock to be considered a mimetolith the shape must be natural and original to the rock, no alterations in shape or appearance, although in some situations a cut rock will reveal a mimetolith not previously observed in the original rock. Resembles, which is an open ended and subjective description, is essentially in the eye of the beholder. If a rock resembles a cow to you and a horse to the next person, you both are correct."

This mimetolith reminds me of the person who stole MY parking space this morning: smile


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