A Study In Rocks

Barbadians have a dialect known as “Bajan”.  Can you guess what a ‘rock-stone’ means in bajan dialect?

To Barbadians, however,  a rock-stone is a missile, a deadly weapon, a hammer and many other things according to usage.

But can you define “rock-stone”?  When is a rock not a stone?

Below is my photographic study in rocks.  It is purely Artistic and has no bearing on Science.  I like to have fun with their shapes, sort of like with clouds.

Spot the ‘dough rock’.

Enjoy.

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Dough Rock

 

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Walrus Rock
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Turtle Rock
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