Humber River at Old Mill - 3
Rocks look like a face...
The Humber River was so shallow that you could see the river bed. There were some fascinating rock artefacts in the river, this was one of them. From afar they looked like rocks piled up, but if you look carefully this one looks like a face. I found out it's an Inuksuk, a man made stone landmark used by the Inuit for communication and survival. The traditional meaning of the Inukshuk is :Someone was here" or "You are on the right path". wondered if it had been built since the water was so shallow, or whether it was only visible because of the water being so shallow. I think it's probably the former. There were several of them all very different.
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From Humber River & Old Mill