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Porphyritic andesite of probable Eocene age, northern Crazy Mountains, Montana. Blog posts relevant to this rock: www.nvcc.edu/home/cbentley/geoblog/2009/08/those-mountains-are-crazy.html and blogs.agu.org/mountainbeltway/2011/03/09/a-portrait-of-the-feldspar-as-a-young-mineral /
My second piece completed for my mixed media photography/poetry project. I was originally thinking of using portions of Google Maps and Streetview as media but decided that I liked this layout already and stuck with it. The poem is a standard, 14-line Elizabethan sonnet and is written in SMS. Surprisingly enough, I was...
- Crazy Jug Overlook - Kaibab National Forest - Bordering on Grand Canyon National Park. by S Utah Pano
This is an assembled panorama of 119 photos of the view from the Crazy Jug viewpoint of the Kaibab National Forest in Northern Arizona. The Forest shares a boundary with Grand Canyon National Park. There are hiking trails nearby into remote portions of the Grand Canyon. Crazy Jug is remote - it requires a 32 mile dr...