Thursday, May 13, 2010

Your Thursday Boring Postcard from Michael5000

Card #29
DOLOMITE PYRAMIDS, a very rare formation, found only in Major County, Oklahoma, in the Dog Creek Shales (Permian), South of the Cimarron river and the Glass Mountains. About 2/3 actual size.

Provenance: Gift of the Morgan F. Shirley Collection, 2010.

3 comments:

Elizabeth said...

I think that's a fascinating postcard, myself, but then I was brought up by a geologist.

mrs.5000 said...

Love the aerial view of dramatically sited seaside pyramids. You gotta hand it to the pharaohs of Major County.

Rebel said...

I think I see the virgin mary in the one on the left.