Sacred and Profane

Table Rock, seen from Bald Rock, South Carolina.

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6 thoughts on “Sacred and Profane

  1. One day in the far future after paper has perished and digital imagery has faded into obscurity archaeologist may view these as ancient art which endured millenniums much the way we do cave paintings 🙂

  2. Understood. I find the graffiti very obnoxious, yet also see it as “authentic South Carolina petroglyphs.” The burned out car carcasses at the bottom of the bald rock will give them even more data for study, that’s for certain.

  3. Well I guess as far as nature graffiti goes it is not as bad as carving on trees. Carving kills trees but the rock should be able to take it.

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