Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns ~ Rock of Ages

Rock

I have always had a fascination with rocks.  For this weeks photo challenge, From Lines to Patterns, I chose two rocks I found while in Homer, Alaska.  The one above has a beautiful pattern of lines encircling it.  Some of my geology enthusiast readers may know what mineral is contained in these bands.  

Rock with HeartLines can sometimes form a closed shape.  Do you see the heart design on the front rock?  Love notes from the Creator!  🙂

Rock of Ages, cleft for me….let me hide myself in thee

For similar posts, see Weekly Photo Challenge.

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29 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns ~ Rock of Ages

  1. greenlightlady

    Sue, I saw the heart right away. I share your love of rocks (especially the Rock). Lovely post! I am posting about rocks on Friday’s greenlightlady. 🙂 His “love notes” are all over the planet.

    Blessings ~ Wendy

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  2. Jeff Sinon

    Great photos for the theme! My daughter would love to find rocks like that. If her rock and mineral collection gets any bigger we might have to move her room off of the second floor so the house doesn’t collapse. 🙂

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    1. heavenlyraindrops Post author

      I love it! My son was a ‘pebble pup’, as young rock lovers are called. He used to save for months to have money to spend on amethyst quarts rocks which were sold at the twice yearly rock/gem and mineral show. Thanks and I hope your house endures the collection! 🙂

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  3. lessonsbyheart

    Great rocks! I especially like the one with the heart on it. I have a windowsill full of heart-shaped rocks. I find them everywhere…like little kisses from the Father!

    \o/

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