It does look remarkably like a crouching creature; or maybe a giant frog or toad :)
It really does look like a lion or a Sphinx. That must have been a fun one to find. I love when that happens.
You named it! No longer a nameless rock! Cool!:-)
Too funny...before I read your caption, at a first glance at the picture it looked like a reclining seal. Second look at the picture, and yup, there's the lion!
Yep, that one was named right. (LOL?)
It reminds me of a cannon, which is distressing as I don't like guns. Least of all a GIANT gun. Okay, it's looking more like a lion to me now. *smiling*
It absolutely looks like a lion to me. Don't you love stumbling upon things like this? It's so cool
Very interesting! I also thought of a seal at first.
every single thing has its own beauty, and so has this stone
At first I thought it was a frog. lol Amazing how things like this can exist in your own backyard.
I agree with you. It hardly resembles anything, but a plain rock.Seek No More
To me it looks like a walrus. That's his head on the right, and he (or she) is lying down.
I must have a really dirty mind. I won't tell you what it looks like to me...
I'm loving your series on Derbyshire. It really is a beautiful area. I agree - this one certainly looks like a sphinx, right down to his haunches.
Too funny...before I read your caption, at a first glance at the picture it looked like a reclining seal. Second look at the picture, and yup, there's the lion!Cheap Detroit Tigers Tickets Cheap Green Bay Packers Tickets Cheap Minnesota Twins Tickets
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