Basalt Ventifact

A ventifact is a rock that has been carved by wind-driven sand or ice crystals. This basalt rock with the eerie, ghostlike pattern is a ventifact or the result of water drip-drip-dripping over time.

Basalt ventifact from Lake Michigans Left Coast, a blog by Elizabeth G Fagan
Basalt ventifact from Lake Michigan’s Left Coast, a blog by Elizabeth G Fagan
Basalt ventifact from Lake Michigans Left Coast, a blog by Elizabeth G Fagan
Basalt ventifact from Lake Michigan’s Left Coast, a blog by Elizabeth G Fagan
Basalt ventifact from Lake Michigans Left Coast, a blog by Elizabeth G Fagan
Basalt ventifact from Lake Michigan’s Left Coast, a blog by Elizabeth G Fagan

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