An interesting rock formation created by wind, rain and snow is found on one of the small islands along the Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve along the St. Lawrence River east of Sept-Iles, Quebec, Canada.
This stone head was likely developed over time by the actions of rain and or snow driven by relentless winds. The re were other small features of stone along on marvellous park reserve.
13 October, 2009.
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Tags: East of Sept-Iles Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve Canada 1 Route 138 St. Lawrence River Village Mingan north shore 000 islands coastal inlets mouth Saint-Jean River ( Quebec and Aguanus (near Aguanish) east fall 000 islands and coastal inlets mouth of the Saint-Jean River (near Longue-Pointe-de-Mingan) to the west
Good evening everyone, here you can see the feet and talons are no longer down and are now retracted and in a moment he changed his mind, veered off and continued on, one more pose of this guy and will move on, to yet another Osprey.
Thank you so much for stopping by and for all the kind words, and for that I thank you.