Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Wordless Wednesday - Rocks!

This past weekend we went to Hickory Run State Park to check out the Boulder Field. I've never seen anything like it. The pictures can't even really show how enormous it was. The rocks just went on forever!  It was really, really cool. If you're ever in Eastern PA (near the Pocono Mtns), you should definitely check it out.







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33 comments:

Karen ~Georgia Angel said...

Oh my stars, look at all those rocks! I never knew such a place existed. The photos are great! Thanks for sharing, and thanks for stopping by and commenting on my 6 year old's photos. Happy WW!

LoneStarLifer Paula said...

Wow. At first I thought I was looking at dried ground, until I saw you standing on top of the rocks. I bet that it a site to behold. Thanks for coming by my WW post.
LoneStarLifer
Paula

angie said...

that is the strangest thing I've ever seen! amazing pictures!!

Dominique said...

Whao..that is certainly a lot of rocks.. we don't have such places here in Singapore.
Happy WW

Digital Flower Pictures said...

Looks cool. I went to something a little like it in California.

Angie said...

Wow! Those are big!!! Thanks for stopping by my blog! Have a great day!

Evan's Mom said...

Wow, seems like an ocean of rocks, very interesting view! Happy WW.

piece of me said...

Wow! That's a lot of rocks! Great pictures!

colleen said...

Wow. It makes me stop and wonder.

jayayceeblog said...

That looks amazing ... great pictures!

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

Looks great and relaxing...thanks for stopping by my blog and laughing at my son's use of their phones,
Janette

alicia said...

Great pics. Look like my kinda day. Happy WW!

discoveringthemeinmommy said...

very cool! looks like you had a good time together too!

Mama Hen said...

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Mama Hen
www.mamaslittlechick.com

Chanda the Eco-Cheap Mom said...

How cool! I love the last picture...cute shoes! Happy WW!

Sue said...

Wow, that is cool. Looks like fun - my kids would love that.

Thanks for sharing - following your blog now. thanks for following mine♥

Michelle @ Flying Giggles said...

Beautiful photos...that is seriously a whole lot of rocks!

Lydia @ On The Verge said...

What beautiful photos! Happy WW!

Lydia

Stan said...

I see Nevada doesn't have a corner on the rock market. I've never seen anything quite like that, either.

Robin said...

Wow, that's amazing. Love the feet shot.

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Carver said...

What a wonderful place to explore. I love rocks so I find these shots very fascinating.

Julia said...

Wow, what an incredible place! Thanks for stopping by and happy WW!

SandyCarlson said...

That really is an amazing view. I have never seen anything like it.

Lisa said...

This might sound silly but how did all those rocks get there? I love rocks...is that crazy? I really do, I will pick them up and just keep them.

Staci said...

That is really neat and your pictures turned out great! How did all those rocks get there?

Retro Girl said...

Wow what a beautiful, interesting landscape! Great pictures! Yeah...would be interested in learning more about this place!

Happy WW - Thanks for visiting me!

Uyen said...

Holy k'moly!!! I have never seen anything like that before. That's amazing. It's very interesting...I wonder how it got that way!
Thanks for stopping by my blog and linking up today!

Carol said...

That's fascinating! Great photos, too.

lisaschaos said...

Looks like a wonderful spot to spend some time! I love rocks!

Forgetfulone said...

Fabulous photos! And thanks for stopping by my blog.

Dave said...

im utterly astounded.

MollyinMinn said...

Very cool shots. Amazing how they almost look like cracked sand. Well shot!

Londen @ Sixty-Fifth Avenue said...

WOW! That is amazing! Love your pictures!