Wednesday, July 24, 2013


These quartz rocks were an hour's walk from our camp.
They are just sitting on the ground.
Most of these stones are just a 1/3 mile from our camp. They
 are not single crystal points like many people are used to seeing.
They are a single rock with many fragments which flake off 
the rock and moves downstream. The harsh Kenyan 
elements crack the surface of the stone.

A rainbow of colors can be seen in these stones.

 This beautiful quartz was sculpted by water in this stream bed.
This is a shard of qaurtz found in the sand of the river 
right behind our camp.
Some of the beauty of Maasai  land will be missed if you 
are in a hurry.

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