Rogue Rocks

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One of the most interesting things to discover on the hiking trail is the rogue rocks that seem to just appear here and there, mostly near the mountains, but not always. On odd occasion, you will find a Huge rock in the middle of nowhere. Not even close to a mountain, it kind of makes you wonder how it even got there in the first place?

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Camera: Huawei P40 Pro
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That 1st pictured rock looks like a good jump for an Rm400

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Beautiful captures. Did they come from mountains, and fell down?

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Glacial erratic.

It is odd the way they are seemingly placed. :)

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That is really cool how they just appear here and there. Thanks for sharing my friend.

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yeah i sometimes i wonder the same haha how did they even get there?? the first rock looks like it was hitted by a lighting.. it is cutted at half

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Would love to be able to view history in the past.

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Wonderful photos, I loved them, beautiful landscapes

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I see the glacier deposit idea has already been proposed. Seems very likely. Lonely rocks are very thought provoking.

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