Friday, May 14, 2010

Name me


This rock is the westernmost point of the “coyote rocks” on our lambing ground, and as you can see, is a very interesting character. Sadly, it does not have a name. Accepting suggestions now.

20 comments:

Matt Mullenix said...

Hawk Slice Rock

Anonymous said...

How about the "Shrew Stone".....L.B.

Anonymous said...

Hey, wait a minute--this isn't some kind of secret internet Rorschach test or anything, is it?....L.B.

Dan R said...

"Adam"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Creation_of_Adam.jpg

Anonymous said...

blowing whale

^^W^^ said...

It could be a number of things.. elephant seal, manatee or even a wild boar. Or, I have to get my medication checked :)

Sari

Timothy said...

Looks like the head of an ancient snapper. Turtle Head would appropriate

HTTrainer said...

Mighty vole

Moro Rogers said...

Number One Excellent Rock

Stingray said...

"Splatter Point"

Porter and Porter Fields said...

It looks like the head of a female walrus.
For the reading public, however, "Pit Bull Rock" seems appropriate.

Rachel Dickinson said...

whale head

Doug said...

looks like the head of a hog nose snake.

Hognose point?

Marcus Hooker said...

Rocky

Anonymous said...

Pooh

- stevea

smartdogs said...

You may as well name it "blog rock", because from now on you're probably just going to refer to it as "the rock that got its name from the blog" no matter what official name it gets ;-}

Connie Farmer said...

It looks like a rat's head to me so I would call it Rat's Head Point.

LabRat said...

I think it looks like a boar's nose too, but I agree with SmartDogs it's almost certainly going to end up as Blog Rock.

Tovar Cerulli said...

I'm going with "Trumpet Fish." See those well-exercised lips?

Darren L. said...

I think it looks like a Mandrill monkey head looking upwards. The mutes look like their facial striping and there is another white dot of a mute that looks like a Mandrill's beady little eye.