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Among the popular materials available is and it is used in various styles. We have a page talking about this granite at:

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Granite is a hard, Granular, indigenous and crystalline rock mainly consisting of the minerals mica, quartz, and Feldspar. It is widely used for the Budding Construction. It can be used for both interior and exterior.

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Granite Introduction Granite is a hard, Granular, indigenous and crystalline rock mainly consisting of the minerals mica, quartz, and Feldspar. It is widely used for the Budding Construction. It can be used for both interior and exterior. It Consists of 20% to 60% quartz and 35% of total feldspar by volume. This brought a lot of attention to the sport of curling, and to granite - the rock used to manufacture the curling stones, also known as rocks, used for construction.


This is my second attempt at finding a location in the woods that I first scouted out on google maps, but this time I had the help of my phone, gps, and an offline map that I downloaded before leaving the house. (since there’s no reception out here)
On the way there I noticed a porcupine in a surprisingly thin tree. (last 2 photos) I think it was sleeping. Unfortunately, I only had my wide angle lens, so I didn’t get a great shot of it.
The first image is composite of 9 photos of myself wandering around the rock clearing I found on google maps, which looked like it would have a good view of Whitefish Lake and Morton Bay. (that will be my next posts)
It was cool to see the large pieces of rock on top of the relatively smooth rock outcrop, which were likely placed there from the glaciers that passed though this area long ago. (those glaciers also smoothed the rock underneath them)
These seemingly out of place rocks are usually called glacial erratics, because they were transported by glaciers that have since melted, but I’m not sure if these rocks are considered glacial erratics (according to Wikipedia) because they’re not sitting on a different kind of rock. (though I believe this type of granite is what most of the Canadian shield is made of, and that spans a huge area, so who knows how far they’ve travelled)

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Survivor by Robby Gragg
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One of the few high hood SD40-2s left on NS switches the AO Smith yard in Granite City, IL.


Storage by Robby Gragg
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RRC SW9 14 leads a line of stored power in Granite City, IL.


Steel Job by Robby Gragg
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A duo of TRRA geeps lead a steel trail out of Granite City works. Granite City, IL


Eglise Orthodoxe par Jean-Marc PAYET
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L'église du Sacré-Cœur de Cholet a la particularité d'être construite en matériaux locaux : de la brique, du schiste orangé appelé pierre de Pineau, du granit rose de Saint-Macaire-en-Mauges et du granit bleu de Vezins. Par son plan basilical et sa coupole, elle rappelle les édifices romano-byzantins. Elle a pu voir le jour grâce aux dons de nombreux paroissiens. Plusieurs artistes ont participé à la décoration intérieure et extérieure de l'édifice : pour les mosaïques et les vitraux (Charles Mauméjean), pour les sculptures (Fernand Dupré et Charles Maillard). Depuis le 26 août 2011, l'église du Sacré-Cœur est dotée d'un carillon restauré qui compte 10 cloches supplémentaires fondues par le campaniste hollandais Royal Eijsbouts. Il se classe maintenant au 16e rang sur les 113 carillons français avec 49 cloches. Les fenêtres ajourées de la coupole permettent aux cloches d'être entendues de loin. Ce carillon est depuis septembre 2003 classé monument historique au même titre que l'église. Le carillon est resté muet entre 1953 (date du décès du dernier carillonneur en poste, Jacques Vilain) et 2011 date de sa rénovation The church of the Sacred - Heart of Cholet has the peculiarity to be built in local materials: of the brick, the orange-colored schist called stone of Pineau, some pink granite of Saint-Macaire-en-Mauges and some blue granite of Vezins. By her(its) basilical plan and her(its) dome, her calls back(reminds) the romano-Byzantine buildings. She was able to be born thanks to the gifts(donations) of numerous parishioners. Several artists participated in the interior and exterior design of the building: for mosaics and stained-glass windows (Charles Mauméjean), for sculptures (Fernand Dupré and Charles Maillard). Since August 26th, 2011, the church of the Sacred - Heart is endowed with a restored carillon which account 10 additional bells melted by the Dutch campaniste Royal Eijsbouts. He(it) is now classified in the

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