Diary of a Rock Balancer ::

Stone Balance Art created and photographed by Michael Grab — 07 February 2016 — Kaplankaya, Turkey ::

A unique aspect of this coastal area was the odd varieties of rock families.. sometimes drastically different shape/texture/color from beach to beach, or small peninsulas too.. the earth on the left with the tree.. that spot has some of the most alien rocks i’ve ever seen or handled.. more on those later..

I also had to do something with this top rock.. not the most eccentric shape but the white layers matched the ivory white spinal rocks, which i collected from a neighboring beach. usually i mash up the varieties a little more.. but these were too nice to ignore.. kinda justa basic doodle anyway, only lasted about 10 minutes in the gusty wind conditions.

the more i look at it, the more i love the unique combo of rocks.. beautiful late afternoon coastal sunlight as well!

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  1. I just realized your calendar has the meteor shower and full moon dates noted (It took me all the way to December to realize it, as I use a printout I have from the start of the year to check days for those kinda things.) Love that you have that on the balance calendar! :)

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