Low Water Crossing Rocks

On the way to Cooke County most of time we take the road that goes across a low water crossing. And when we do, it is always worth a stop. Indeed it rewarded us with some great finds.

The Clammyweed (Polanisia dodecandra) was standing pretty in the rocky creek bed!
The cut bank showed the source of the rocks that lie in the creek bed.
No new plants were catching our attention, but the rocks were.
Do you see the smiling face Jeanne found? 🙂
This fossil was intriguing.
The three straight ridges (one on the right really faint) reminded me of a bird print. I don’t really think that was what it was.
Small gastropod!
A heart urchin with an outline of a butterfly. Do you see it too?
Another larger gastropod!
Some were still stuck together.
Jeanne found this rock. She decided from this angle it was Santa Claus.

From this angle she spotted an elephant raising its trunk. I can see both too. 🙂

Not a fossil but the rock was showing us some love!

Like I said the low water crossing rocked!

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Keep looking!

The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know


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