Biggest Fake Rocks I’ve Ever Seen

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These giant fake rocks are in the port of St. Maarten in the Caribbean.  This port was enhanced after big storms destroyed much of the port infrastructure in 1995.  These composite rocks help to protect the port from further water damage.  Although I admire their ingenuity and practicality, they just aren’t the same as real rocks.  No crags, no dents, no character.  Poor rocks that aren’t rocks.  They’re trying their best though; I guess I should cut them some slack.  😉  Have a wonderful weekend!  Lisa

4 thoughts on “Biggest Fake Rocks I’ve Ever Seen

  1. On the other hand we should be glad that these are fake rocks. Imagine removing nice natural rocks from another place. They would leave an empty and dull space, there.
    Have a great weekend, Lisa! 🙂

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