Extreme Cairn building

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Extreme Cairn building

Postby Justin » Thu Mar 13, 2014 4:47 pm

Didn't think this was possible (but there is a Wiki for rock balancing and all - so it must be true :wink:

Check out Gravityglue.com to see more photos like the one below
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Re: Extreme Cairn building

Postby Ghaznavid » Thu Mar 13, 2014 10:10 pm

Some form of glue - or photoshop - I imagine.

This is a cairn on the top of Mzimude Peak in the Southern Berg - notice that the base is an angled rock leaning on others. I have seen this a few times with these large cairns, but only in the Southern Berg.
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