On our right, over a shoulder of bare rock
, I saw the level blue of the sea.
It is the country of the wolf and the isard, of the brown bear and the mountain-goat, a land of bare rock
and of rushing water.
At night, just as the Northern Lights were winking and flashing through the fog, Kotick climbed a bare rock
and looked down on the scattered nurseries and the torn and bleeding seals.
And it was very silent, too, as there were no birds to sing or squirrels to chatter, the trees being left far behind them and only the bare rocks
But the waves dashed foaming up among the bare rocks
at her feet, mingling their cold spray with her tears, and gave no answer to her prayer.
"That matches beautifully with our model of a bare rock
with no atmosphere," she added.
The homes of the highest peaks, among them Mount Everest and K2, might be reduced to bare rock
by the time we reach the end of the century.
Full of ridges and bare rock
faces, it's a steep path in the first instance before it becomes a fullon scramble.
The formerly gilded palace walls, which were adorned with ornate frescos, are today bare rock
, but the majesty of the edifice is undiminished, beckoning visitors to scale its 1,200 steps.
Wadis turned to waterways and streets to streams as rains continued to disrupt routines, mostly in northern and eastern wadis, where the runoff from bare rock
mountains funnels into ravines.
This is a coating of metallic minerals that are precipitated from the seawater on bare rock
on the seabed.
6 The path emerges from the trees onto the bare rock
of Stormy Point.