Could be a head, could be a head shaped rock, could just be a rock. Depends on how much imagination one wants to invest.pbmaise wrote:Here is the other side of the bust.
A far larger bust appears to the right that I have no idea about. Who would command a far larger bust than Manjursi?
Also notice from this view the top of the head appears missing like the sculpture overlooking the elephants.
Please see pdf files. They are not rocks. Rocks are not made from concrete or sandstone and coated by a mason in motar who leaves a record showing how it is done.
Where is a better place to ask these questions?
Kim O'Hara wrote:You're entitled to your own opinion, of course, whether it bears any connection with the facts or not, but -
1. is the Tessellated Pavement at Eaglehawk Neck, Tasmania, as featured on wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tessellated_pavement.
3. is the Pyramid at Porcupine Gorge http://www.nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/porcupine-gorge/
I have been to both of them and can confirm they are natural.
I have haven't been to (2) which is near Pyramid Lake, Nevada.
Kim O'Hara wrote:pbmaise wrote:I will readily agree the Grand Canyon is natural.
That's very broadminded of you.