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September 26, 2008


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That's fantastic! It really does look like a whale.


This is sooooooo cool. I have never noticed pictures in the color of rocks before, but this seems like a fun addition to "what does that cloud look like?"


Cool photo. This seems almost biblical.


I love all the "bet you never knew about this place" photos everyone has been submitting recently. Great find!

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