Rocks that form the Amador’s causeway at the Pacific entrance of the Panama Canal. Tons of rocks were blasted from Culebra Cut to build the international waterway. Some of these rocks were used to build the causeway. Photo by ¬©Omar Upegui R.

2 thoughts on “Rocks”

  1. Those rocks look almost exactly like the ones used to build the jetties and to reinforce the seawall in Galveston. I love the color. In combination with the water, they evoke the traditional colors of Santa Fe, New Mexico – quite a different world!

  2. Morning Linda:

    I would say it’s the same world all over. I’m sure you will find similar rocks in the Middle East, China, the U.S. and Europe. Countries is an artificial invention of man. It is one planet. I wish it were one country with no boundaries separating us. Astronauts feel deeply affected when they see out delicate planet from outer space. I think John Lennon said it very well in his song, “Imagine”.

    Enjoy the beautiful Sunday. It’s cool and breezy today in Panama. Sunny too!


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