Thanks for featuring my Apple No. 1 computer as banner, but my thanks goes to Apple for its invention.
Thanks for hosting Heidi and now I will throw a few rocks around if I find any They are mostly older photos so I have to be careful that I am not repeating myself somewhere.
I decided for the first photo to take a photo of my rockery five minutes ago with my mobile phone. When I find large stones I collect them in the garden and plant something in between, mostly sedum.
Rocks also make comfortable seats for ducks, espeially along our local River Aar.
This is a so-called erratic block and there are many dotted around our village and the surroundings. They were left when the glaciers retreated and are now useful for an uncomfortable place to sit, or a photo. Vegetation has also taken over to a certain degree. This one is just along the path to where I live.
And this is something completely different. Our local stone mason shop just along the road. He does it all: gravestones, monuments and ornaments. He has been there since I live in Solothurn and before, at least 100 years. He seems to have a monopoly on gravestones.