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Magnification Gallery

A Glimpse at the Real Size of the Images...


Ok, so up at the top is the full image reduced from its native size of about 2 feet by 3 1/2 feet. Down below here is an enlarged excerpt which contains full-size image data while still being reduced to fit comfortably on your computer screen. If you mouse over the top of this excerpted image, you'll notice there's an automatic "magnifying glass" effect applied. What you see inside the magnification box is an example of the detail you'd see in a full-size print of this image.

This is Cannonball Concretions from Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota. And why exactly does the name of this spectacular iconic mound mention cannonballs? Here's your chance to find out... If you mouse over the super-high-data lower image (which may very well be reproducing poorly on your computer screen it's so packed with information) you'll quickly enough find the uhh, whoa, hey...

Yes, it's true. This one should probably be called Ancient Alien Space Eggs. Who knew?

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