Sunday, July 29, 2012

Sunday Simulacra - Version 6.9

Today's skulls are formed in rocks.

William Bearss, "found this tennis ball sized rock on Makinac Island, MI. at a site called Skull Cave."

Carl Hamm said "Here are two photos with skull shapes that I noticed in the sandy cliffs over the beach at San Diego's Torrey Pines Natural Reserve this past weekend  (June 23) while I was being given a tour of some cool beach spots in San Diego by a friend who just moved out there. They are incredibly beautiful cliffs, and apparently they change gradually over time so I'm sure many people have seen skull shapes (and everything else you can imagine) in these cliffs over the years. When I got up close to the sedimentary rock, I noticed how soft it is. Too often, places like this are damaged by careless people. Luckily, these cliffs at Torrey Pines Natural Reserve are protected and I hope they stay that way."

Keep sending those pictures in, we always love seeing what our skull hunters find. Anyone is welcomed to participate, it's fun and it's easy- if you see a simulacra skull, photograph it and send those pictures in to our submissions address with a little something about what it is really and maybe a little about you.

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