Mukhurob – the Finger of God in Namibia -a natural wonder which became rather unnatural and fell down.
Shells on a stick as part of a sandcastle built during fun on our beach today.
Love the shell stick pic. 🙂 Pity about God’s finger. 😦
Maybe He decided it was impolite?
Latest linguists say it didn’t mean that at all. I think they are probably wrong.
Both of those are very good balancing acts!
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More info about the Finger of God. Such a pity the originalfell down, though.
An interesting reference I hadn’t come across before. I have some scepticism regarding the spelling and meaning. As far as I recall, the translation was given originally by the local people from oral tradition, and of course they didn’t HAVE spelling.
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It saddened me to read that the finger of God has fallen. 😦
It wasn’t that long after we saw it, actually. Nobody actually saw it go. One day it was standing; the next, not.
O,but atleast u got the shell thing going…
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lol…I like the caption above my reply, Colonialist. Thanks for stopping by our bloggie. Pawkisses for a Happy Easter 🙂
Rock formations are cool
And shell sticks rule!
I love to walk a beach and collect shells. When is your next tour?
Probably tomorrow – if I can drag myself down the front garden!
Not surprised it fell down as there, s not a lot holding it up.
like the shell stick its a bit more solid than the other edifice
Although the shell stick is unlikely to stick around for centuries as that rock did!
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