- zakiwi (1309)
- [2005-07-27 3:58]
That is certainly something that you don't see every day. Amazing. Nice pic.
- johnnymag (198)
- [2005-07-27 4:11]
nice capture, very well presented. Bullock Creek still producing the goods then. Must post some of mine.
Hi Steve, great find! For me it looks like fossilised shell of some mollusc. Look - 'heart' is lower part of shell and left side - upper one. I think shell could be twisted cone in shape. Or maybe I'm completely wrong ;-) Anyway - very good and interesting post my friend!
- sway (1276)
- [2005-07-27 4:34]
Well spotted Steve.
It looks like a cross section of a whole cockle or something similar.
Good use of light.
- cafecrem (9248)
- [2005-07-27 4:44]
You have a big gift to show here things unusual and unique!
I love it. I try to show how wonderful is wildlife - you show me how amazing and strange it is ;-)
Very intriquing! Lovely shape, and yes it does look like a heart. I have to agree with Greg. Certainly looks like an open shell. Did you keep it?
Nice interesting shot. This has got the old grey matter burbling! Thanks.
- naturELLE (38)
- [2005-07-27 7:29]
c'est vraiment un joli clin d'oeil a la nature! bravo et łerci pour ce partage
- electra (679)
- [2005-07-27 7:51]
this is an interesting picture. That shows nature is a great Artist. :-) I like it very much. Perhaps it looks a little bit like a Dino? :-)
- hummingbird24 (64)
- [2005-07-27 10:29]
What an interesting and unusual find, Steve.
Well captured, well spotted composition.
Thank you for sharing it.
- marhowie (486)
- [2005-07-28 6:26]
Steve, You've succeeded in finding the strange and very out-of-the-ordinary in nature! As you say, it does seem to be a heart with wings...All you really need is heart! ;-) TFS.
- Photobones (155)
- [2006-09-01 23:50]
I haven't quite articulated the entire theory yet, but I'm pretty sure this New Zealand rock proves that there's life on Mars. I'll keep hammering out the details.