Johannah Roake

Crocodile Skin, A Bend in the Road, The Big Split

Crocodile Skin, A Bend in the Road and The Big Split


Get Crackin’

Cracks often go unnoticed in nature and are seen as imperfections. However, they are necessary for rock weathering and exhibit beautiful shapes. Cracks can range from a webbed design of crocodile-like cracks in the pavement to a bold crevice of a fractured rock. Although we believe rocks are solid and seemingly water-resistant, water can indeed seep into cracks and decrease the strength of the rock. Repeated wet and dry cycles and chemical reactions from water can take their toll on a rock’s physical condition.


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