Wow!!... already at the end of my second week, it has gone so fast and so much has been happening. I am so happy with how the blog has been going and all the positive comments and feedback I have been having. Went out yesterday to an area I have only been too once before and took lots of amazing photos I have got a lot to show you :P My beautiful girlfriend will be with me tomorrow and I just can not wait! and I promise I will continue to post pictures and my blog (I am sure she wont mind) :P We have been missing each other a lot recently as life in a long distance relationship is starting to put a strain on both of us. This only makes us stronger, each day that passes is one more day to us starting our life here together! Now enough about me! what do you think about this art work i could not find any information on it at all so I want you guys to think up a name for it :) and what it is meant to represent.
Now some random facts!
The Stone Age is a broad prehistoric period, lasting about 2.5 million years, during which humans widely used exclusively stone for sharp-edge tool-making. The Stone Age is nearly contemporaneous with the evolution of the genus Homo, the only exception possibly being at the very beginning, when species prior to Homo may have manufactured tools.
Some species of non-Primates are able to use stone tools, such as the Sea Otter, which breaks Abalone shells with them. Primates can both use and manufacture stone tools. This combination of abilites is more marked in apes and men, but only men, or more generally Hominans, depend on tool use for survival. The key anatomical and behavioral features required for tool manufacture, which are possessed only by Hominans, are the larger thumb and the ability to hold by means of an assortment of grips.