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Andrys Basten | all galleries >> TURKEY Photos - Anatolia, 2004, with Canon Elph >> Photos: In search of Noah's Ark - Mt. Ararat > Splitting of closer side allows viewing of odd 'ribbing' effect
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Splitting of closer side allows viewing of odd ribbing effect
08-OCT-2004 Andrys

Splitting of closer side allows viewing of odd 'ribbing' effect

See Ark2

Click here, for a considerably clearer photo
by Ali Varisli ("alivar")
  *To me they resemble other ridged formations in the area though.*

  The hard ridges, shown better in Varisli's photo remind me
  of the mountain range above, in his photograph.

Canon PowerShot S400
1/400s f/11.0 at 18.3mm full exif

other sizes: small medium original
glass 25-May-2012 17:39
the remains would be thousands of years old if would be rock by now
Guest 25-Jan-2010 17:47
so cool!
Guest 10-Feb-2009 00:33
there arent going to be any bones in the ark probably not around it either. the bible says they made it on land and went and made families.
Andrys Basten01-Apr-2008 00:38
Please read my description under the caption for my take on this. The investigation was
taken as far as it could go. I've shown, as a visitor, what the site is like. Articles that I put
on the front page of this gallery give much more information, including strong debunking of
the details, and these pro and con articles should be read when wanting more information.
Guest 31-Mar-2008 20:15
Why haven't we went further with this investigation?
lori 16-Feb-2008 20:28
t think it's real, and I think that is the real thing. I know it.
noah200701-Dec-2007 04:21
they need to look for bones
Guest 19-May-2007 01:18
It could be Noah's ark but It looks llike a rock to ME
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