These Are DEFINITELY Intentional

Posted by in Shingles | August 14, 2017

Here are some photographs of intentional mimicking of hail damage.

Note the curved impressions in the asphalt, the pulverizing of the granules, the pushing of the granules into the asphalt, the lip at the edge of the mark, and the matching size of the impressions.  These features cannot be formed by the ice of a hail stone.

Figure 1 Swirled lines of impression, ledge at edge of impression, and granules pulverized and push into asphalt.

Figure 2 Swirled lines of impression, ledge at edge of impression, and granules pulverized and push into asphalt.

Figure 3 Swirled lines of impression, ledge at edge of impression, and granules pulverized and push into asphalt.

 

Figure 4 Swirled lines of impression, ledge at edge of impression, and granules pulverized and push into asphalt.

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