Diary of a Rock Balancer ::

Stone Balance Art created and photographed by Michael Grab — 13 February 2016 — Kaplankaya, Turkey ::

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  1. Unreal! Thought of you yesterday….I tried to balance a shampoo bottle on top of the other to empty the last drops of the old into the new….no luck. Drat. I figured if you can do this, it’s possible to do anything.

  2. even the small ones need their 3 point balances, and would like to fall off front and back, not only to the ‘sides’ in this viewpoint. Perhaps the heavy top irons out some of these options. Gravity rules and friction yields. Collecting rocks methinks is a game to keep me down to earth, my flying sky from slip sliding away

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