Let’s see your in situ pics!

LandSeig

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I really like seeing the themed threads and this one may have been done before. Here are two of my latest in situ pics. Feel free to post them like you find them!
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CHUDs

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I found this cool slate knife/celt like tool in the roots of a tree that had been submerged for along time.
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This is a good example of how a point looks that’s been dug up by a gopher and had the rain wash away all the dirt around it.
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This is a piece of string I found in a pile of what was probably human waste and food scraps in the back of a cave. One of my favorite finds. Pretty rare to find centuries or millennia old organic material.
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And what of the song “Don’t break my heart, my achy breaky heart…” please pardon me My Lee…
 

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JohnWhite

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Are we looking at the heart shaped rock in the middle?
Yes…But I don’t believe it is in its original location where it was placed….Seeing that it was located on the edge of a modern man made road…

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