Yesterday’s image of the “Kong Rock” was in Aruba’s Ayo Rock Formations as are the two images above. These pictographs were carved into the stone by the native Arawak people and were thought to be of spiritual significance. Fortunately, they were preserved in a shallow cave, and the entrances are blocked by strong iron barsContinue reading “Ayo Pictographs”
We all went “ape” over this boulder at a park in Aruba. Fortuitous erosion of this granite monolith produced a face-like form resembling an angry King Kong. Good thing it wasn’t the real Kong; those standing near it would not have been so placid.