Gravity As The Glue in These Incredible 18 Photos

Gravity As The Glue

Michael Grab is a master of balancing rocks and stones. The artist and photographer first explored rock balancing in 2008 while exploring the breathtaking landscapes of Colorado.

On his website, Grab explains:

Balance requires a minimum of three contact points. Luckily, every rock is covered in a variety of tiny to large indentations that can act as a natural tripod for the rock to stand upright, or in most orientations you can think of with other rocks. By paying close attention to the vibrations of the rocks, you will start to feel even the smallest “clicks” as the notches of the rocks are moving over one another.

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Gravity As The Glue

Gravity As The Glue

Gravity As The Glue

Gravity As The Glue

Gravity As The Glue

Gravity As The Glue

Gravity As The Glue

Gravity As The Glue

Gravity As The Glue

Gravity As The Glue

Gravity As The Glue

Gravity As The Glue

Gravity As The Glue

Gravity As The Glue

Gravity As The Glue

Gravity As The Glue

 

MICHAEL GRAB / GRAVITY GLUE
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