Heart Rock is the Greatest Grumpy Valentine

Love is like this boulder: unwieldy, needlessly symbolic, and slowly eroded by the inexorable march of time. Happy Valentine’s Day to all you curmudgeonly misanthropes who just want to get on with the eventual heat-death of the universe!

Heart Rock. Image credit: NPS/Brad Sutton

Joshua Tree National Park is home to far too many holiday-thematic boulders, with Heart Rock joining the creepy naturally-carved sandstone of Skull Rock. We don’t know how many more festivities are hiding in the hills, but it’s starting to get unnerving.

Top image: Heart Rock near White Tank campground in Joshua Tree National Park. Credit: NPS/Brad Sutton

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One Response to Heart Rock is the Greatest Grumpy Valentine

  1. Rizaldo Padilla says:

    Clever. Damn. So, very clever.

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