Inukshukification for the nation

I never believed until now that inanimate rocks were capable of reproduction:

“The Inukshukification of Highway 69.”

In addition, I’ve found some strange ones myself:

I found this one on Rue Chambord in Montreal, just around the corner from where I'm staying at the moment. Observe the kakivak — someone obviously put a lot of work into this wee chap. (PHOTO BY JIM BELL)

And this one I found on the grounds of the Walbridge estate's famous 12-sided barn in the aptly named village of Mystic, Quebec. (PHOTO BY JIM BELL)

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