There is a kindred spirit out there who thinks the way I think, who sees what I see. I spotted this rock formation and immediately saw much more than rocks. I am used to that. Only occasionally do I say something because most of the time people think I have gone quite insane. And that’s actually not such a bad thing. This way, they leave me alone.
In any event, do you see what I see? I see a figure lying on the ground, her head in the lower left of the photo. I say “her” because, clearly, it is a she by the features. You can see her eyes, nose, mouth, and chin. Then there’s a gap between chin and chest, and the body goes on. She is a rock woman. They usually stay put for several hundred years at least, but eventually she will move. It was a very low tide that revealed her lower half in the first place, so I cannot say how long she will be there, although I do imagine that she has been there for quite some time already.
But there is something else. Out on the rock formation--the rock woman, if you will--someone has built a rock formation. That was intentional. I will show a closer shot of it below. A deliberate formation placed upon a deliberate formation, albeit with a couple of millennia separating the two. (There is a smaller one to the left of it.) It is apparent to me that it was placed there as a sort of game. Someone has seen the rock woman and has left a sign. They are saying, “Do you see what I see?” And the answer--from me anyhow--is emphatically, “Yes, I see it!”
This is exactly the sort of thing I would do myself, and in fact, I often have. I place signs purposely to see if people will notice. Usually it’s just the local faeries who pay any attention at all. Regardless, this was not my handiwork. And so . . . the game is afoot.
|The rock formation on the rock formation.|