Devonian Fossils

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Imagine having ancient fossils in your own backyard. Henry Domke is the lucky person and has captured their variety and beauty in gorgeous photographs in his Devonian Fossils album. Do have a look, I think you will enjoy them.

The body of water that the fossils are found in is called Hiller’s Creek, in central Missouri, USA. He has kindly allowed me to feature a couple of his photos here. Learn more about this multi-talented man from his websites:
Henry Domke
Health Care Fine Art
Prairie Garden Trust

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Thank you, Henry, for sharing these amazing images of nature’s art, what riches! A special thanks also to faithful reader Bill Knight for pointing me to Henry Domke’s photos, saying: “They’re Devonian. ┬áThe most common fossil is a type of Hexagonia Coral, the same genera that makes up the fossils known as Petoskey stones.” Bill has frequently contributed blog ideas to me over the years, he really should be a blogger too!

Related posts:
Time Traveller
Geologic Journey
Rocks Bearing Fossils
Art in Nature

April 21, 2009 in Other artists, Photography, Rock Art & Archaeology by Marja-Leena