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Friday, May 14, 2010

Elephant Rock — with a monkey on its back

Elephant Rock, on the Iverson Movie Ranch

Here are a couple of characters found in the menagerie that's still in place in the Eucalyptus Grove — an area I called "Rock Wonderland" when I first discovered it, located in the area east of Nyoka Cliff of the Iverson Movie Ranch. It's worth noting that these are actual rocks, formed by natural processes, and are not any kind of manmade sculpture. The elephant is especially lifelike, but I also appreciate what looks like a monkeyhead on its back — even though the two figures aren't to scale.

Find more elephant rocks by clicking here.

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