This is a post by guest blogger Ellen Bulger
In this installment, Ellen reveals the answer to Pareidolia Play Along 6: Creation Myth.
Rivets on the vertical supports for a rusty old railroad bridge. I thought they were quite handsome. I did not stand, however, under the bridge when there were trains going over it.
machineintelligence – I’ll search the area for petrified squirrels and get back to you on it.
lochaber– Solid plan except for the soap-in-a-sock slings. Rocks would be available. Socks, not so much.
peicurmudgeon – Looks like a ruin, but still in use. I’ve never seen anyone do any maintenance on it. This, in the land of the Mianus River Bridge, worries me.
Emu Sam – Good, good! I was going to ask about the paper, but you’ve thought of everything. Do you make your paper like this?
Susannah – Bridge not track, but close enough.
maddog1129 – And you know the thing about crocodilians is that they can just lay there and wait, quiet as death, until something tasty comes in range.
sheila – If you ever decide to start up a matriarchal religion franchise, I think the folks at Scientology Inc. would be sweating the competition. Allow me to present you with a fine pair of granite ovary totems, or maybe they are Neolithic bowling trophies, I’m not sure.