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Re: Underwater "structure" in NW Wis?

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  • Susan
    Steve Garcia., Herb, and All I see from the enlargement in your (Steve G. s) email what you are referring to and perhaps send the enlargement to Herb s
    Message 1 of 13 , Jan 15, 2008
      Steve Garcia., Herb, and All

      I see from the enlargement in your (Steve G.'s) email what you are
      referring to and perhaps send the enlargement to Herb's emailbox, too.
      With the imprint of the green into the circle on the unenlarged photo
      on Herb's web site, I am wondering if Herb might have laid a circular
      tripod or other poles into silt/mud into the river bottom at that
      spot to cause the imbedded circular 'ring' since Herb has the photos
      and was there. Herb, is there a lot of silt in parts of the river,
      and what do you think? I was snorkeling at Rock Lake near Madison
      years ago after a sweat lodge by a bunch of New Agers after reading
      Frank Jospeh's Pyramids of Rock Lake book. Deep, deep silt, and he
      speaks of the difficulty of investigating rock or any other
      structures beneath deep, still water such as lakes, esp. in
      agricultural or urban areas.

      Sorry I am posting so much but at a dormant time away
      from 'fieldwork' and most of us are up at least to our knees in snow,
      isn't this armchair line of inquiry interesting? Remember that some
      of this group's data can be applied to other, future leads and
      avenues of investigation.

      Welcome new member Richard from MA (Maine or Massechucetts?)


      --- In ancient_waterways_society@yahoogroups.com, Stephen Garcia
      <puppet@...> wrote:
      > Susan -
      > I noted the comment by Chris and that particular photo, too, but -
      > it is my old fogy eyes - all I see is a long leaf curled up. I saw
      > round thing and wanted to see something there, but that is all I
      > Is it actually something IN the stone? Or is it an optical
      > I mean, it seems essentially the same color as the undersides of
      > other leaves in the photo.
      > At the same time, I DID wonder why Herb took the picture. If not
      > that, then what for? My only guess was to show the tangle he had
      > swim through.
      > But if it is a really something in the stone, that is, of course, a
      > different story.
      > ***
      > Okay: I saved the image to my hard drive, then opened it in a
      > program and zoomed in on that 'circle'. It appears to me to be a
      > in a continuation - the end - of the long, slender leaf that
      > diagonally across the image in a slightly sinuous pattern from the
      > left. I can even follow the leaf between the two - the sinuous
      part and
      > the loop at the end.
      > There even seems to be another leaf below it.
      > Here is the enlargement of that area:
      > Somebody tell me I am wrong...
      > Herb? Did you actually see something there? Was this something on
      > photo when you saw it later?
      > Steve Garcia
      > Susan wrote:
      > >
      > > Herb, Steve, and All,
      > >
      > > When I first opened the email reply from Christopher it had on the
      > > page one of your little photos. Now it isn't and it boggles my
      > > But I see what he was referreing to. Maybe Steve Garcia does, too.
      > > He is an engineer and long into ancient studies. Steve is a
      > > personal friend of Christopher Dunn, Hatcher Childress and some of
      > > their associates while I am more an acquaintence through
      > >
      > > Do you fellows and members at this message board see the circle
      > > within the green reedy photo on Herb's new web page (within the
      > > paragraph "That day, chilled by the...")?
      > >
      > > Dunn had written..."This photograph has a round depression in it
      > > looks remarkably precise. Can you find out more? Thanks, Chris"
      > > __
      > >
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