Thursday, January 12, 2012

Not A Clue


The desert in Egypt is full of interesting oddities. In our area you can find pharoanic remnants, fossilized seashells, and volcanic debris that is probably many millions of years old. I can rule out the first couple of categories, but that doesn't mean that I know what this is, although it is really fascinating.
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brattcat said...

it is interesting. i'll have to check back to see if anyone can identify it.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

How fascinating and exciting Maryanne. Aimee and I were absolutely in awe at the the sights we saw in Egypt, and would totally recommend that everyone tries to get there at least once in their lifetime.

Shammickite said...

I hope you picked it up and took it home to put with your other unidentifiable treasures!

smudgeon said...

My first instinct is "fossilised sea-creature", but I'm not usually good with these things. Always nice to have a bit of mystery, I say!

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