After years of failing miserably at gardening, it dawned on Willy Blackthumb that he had a natural talent for growing rocks. No water, no fertizer, no maintenance. Sun, shade, it didn't matter. The hardest part was locating rocks and rolling them to his yard. The flatter rocks took a bit more effort. Some of his best specimens came from the Racetrack in Death Valley. He had to push those suckers a long way! Oh, sure, there was the occasional squabble when he set a granite rock next to a slab of rhyolite, but, it didn't take long for the bickering to end. Rocks have a propensity to adapt to change rather readily.
Rhyolite, Nevada 2013
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