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balanced rock

[′bal·ənst ‚räk]
(geology)
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After that I crawled to the balanced rock, a huge boulder resting upon a tiny base no larger than the palm of your hand.
What we think of as Delicate Arch and Balanced Rock are, on a geological scale, just arrested motion--lovely snapshots of a moment in time.
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Another favorite stop was the Balanced Rock Viewpoint with a short, paved trail to get a closer look (be careful, I almost lost my hat in the wind here).
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We had a quick look at the skull rock and split rock and then along the Echo Cliffs sighted the famous Balanced Rock, so named since a massive rock stood perfectly poised on a needle point without toppling over.
There are many obvious answers to this question, and some not so obvious ones, but there's one I think deserves serious consideration: What made the Velvet Underground so great was religionor, more specifically, the fact that its three most influential founders were a Jew, an Episcopalian, and a Catholic who together created the sort of perfectly balanced rock theology we haven't seen before or since.
Precariously perched on the top of the pedestal is a fifty-five-foot tall, 3,500-ton sandstone rock, appropriately named the Balanced Rock.
The rolling roads took me around The Windows, Courthouse Towers and Balanced Rock, all nature's skyscrapers and bridges, giant monoliths shaped by the elements over millions of years.
Balanced Rock performs its timeless levitation atop a majestic pedestal, like a combination sentinel and yogi master always on the verge of enlightenment.
Balanced Rock, though, bears a striking resemblance to a Lady in a Tub, which is its other name.
5-mile Heart of Rocks Loop, you'll find Duck on a Rock, Totem Pole, Pinnacle Balanced Rock, and Punch and Judy.