Thanks to everyone who submitted a photo to our June 2017 photo challenge! SO MANY GOOD ONES THIS MONTH. We wish we could have included more.
Now, it’s time to vote for winners!
Whose photo rocks most?
Asheley M. (21%, 35 Votes)
Jijie P. (20%, 34 Votes)
Scott W. (19%, 31 Votes)
Angela D. (17%, 28 Votes)
OceanGirl (11%, 19 Votes)
Angela M. (5%, 8 Votes)
Paul C. (4%, 7 Votes)
jock (3%, 5 Votes)
Total Voters: 167
“Bushkill, PA — hikers spend time doing this, very cool, you will see several of these by the river, but this was my favorite.” – Jijie P
“The Pinnacles in Western Australia. Amazing rocks, isn’t it? Picture taken in January during a holiday in that area.” – Angela M.
“Visiting one of the wonders of the world: Stonehenge! Our tour guide told us that the rocks at Stonehenge are a type of igneous rocks.” – OceanGirl
“I took this on a mission we were on in Afghanistan this is a great rock pic” – Scott W.
“Repurposed ballast stones are used to pave the streets and build beautiful building in River St. Savannah Georgia. Ships crossing the Atlantic carry goods to America and used these stones to stabilize and weigh down the ships. When they arrive they dump them and load heavier trade good to England. These arent magnificent to look on today but it has deep cultural and historical value.” – jock
“Granted, this is not a photo of ‘a rock’. However, as rocks go, this photo is very significant as it shows, from afar the very rocky beach at Dieppe where the failed and much maligned Dieppe raid occurred on 19 August 1942. The rocks were significant as they were a factor in the failure in that they prevented much of the assault weapons such as tanks and the like to gain proper traction for their efficient use in the attack. The photo also is important to me as I took it on 22 September 2008 while on a trip to the area with my WWII veteran father.” – Paul C.
Thanks to everyone who submitted a photo to our May 2017 photo challenge! Now, it’s time to vote for winners!