“If one completes the journey to one’s own heart, one will find oneself in the heart of everyone else”
~ Thomas Keating
Not an easy task. not only is the wind fairly unpredictable, but just wide open exposure makes the rocks more susceptible from more directions. And to compound the challenge, these rocks are relatively near perfect, meaning less potential balance points to work with… not only less, but also less prominent. This combination of traits makes the final tic tac toe that much more difficult and transient after zero. Here’s the first instance made this morning..
Lifetime: 30 minutes
This interesting nook is from an old tin mine that used to operate here. as you can see some decaying drystone walls up above.
Second Tic Tac Toe
Extreme Precision ~
Two main types of stone here. Extremely smooth basalt, and extremely round (nearly as smooth) granite eggs. This balance stood for a few hours, until high tide finally took it leading up to sunset..