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The rock is orange, sandstone with 3 cirqular erosion holes from dripping water not completely through. The holes are grey, ringed with darker grey rings around the edges

The grey rings are really 2 rings; the ring on the inside closest to the hole is broken up like this --------- The outside ring is solid ________

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