I'm always amazed by the rugged natural beauty of the rock walls we pass on our way up north to visit family. So much so, that hubby suggested I do my mosaic with photos of the rocks and I loved the idea.
This area through Muskoka and beyond is part of the Canadian Shield which is Precambrian rock. Much of the exposed stone includes pink granite which is seen in the bottom left.
The stone is crushed for roadside use and along wet areas but the most interesting thing to see is the variation of inukshuks that sit atop these tall walls. I couldn't photograph them since we were whizzing by on the highway but did capture one made with local rocks in a garden.
Thanks Mary (Little Red House) for hosting Mosaic Monday, it's always fun to participate.