The Perfect Hill (Almost)

The Perfect Hill (Almost)
Broadus, Montana

There aren’t a lot of perfect geometric shapes in nature, at least on a large geologic scale. The profile of this hill comes about as close as I’ve seen to having a perfectly triangular shape–kind of like what a little kid might draw when asked to create a scene with a mountain or hill in it. Or at least that’s about the level of sophistication I had in drawing as a youngster.

2 thoughts on “The Perfect Hill (Almost)”

  1. You of all people should have seen this for what it is – a near perfect normal curve. You obviously are out of the business.

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