Came across these in places I will not mention here because if I do, someone of limited mental acuity will decide to go topple them for fun, if that hasn't already happened in this day and age of rampant idiocy.
They were wondrous things to see, sparking all sorts of emotions and thoughts about just how precarious existence can be. How long had it taken for weather forces to shape them? How long had they been standing in this spectacular state of balance? When would they naturally topple if allowed to?
I hope they topple naturally rather than by the hands of fools too stupid to deserve seeing them at all. Fools belonging to the same race of beings I belong to. A race ever so precariously doing its own balancing act and so idiotically disturbing that delicate balance.