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Cool pic! I see things too, most of which really aren't there :)
Awesome! I love the twists and turns and pictures I see in the bark of some of my favourite trees :)
I can so see it!! What a creepy pic and I see things frequently (possibly cause I'm shortsighted too though ;p)http://damselinadirtydress.blogspot.com
We have textured paint on the walls in one of our bathrooms. The other day I found myself staring at what looked like an old man's face in the paint. And yesterday I saw a picture of a storm cloud that looked like a gray hulking beast reaching toward the ground.I could go on. :-)Your photo makes me think of a gnarly old arm with long spindly fingers...or tentacles.
You always have the most haunting pictures!!!
@Damyanti: I love the way it boggles my mind sometimes when I realize what I'm seeing.@Jemi: I almost did a bark post today! I am going to do it, I've been shooting photos for awhile. :)@Nicole: It is creepy isn't it? I was walking along and went, 'Oh, a serpent!'@Rebecca: Tentacles, eeks! Glad I didn't fall in. And watch out for storm clouds reaching towards the ground!@Victoria: I wonder if that means I'm sorta haunted. ;)
My goodness; that log is a lurking serpent in disguise. Great pic, as usual.
Love the photo! I'm always seeing things that aren't really there...
Beautiful! I also see twisting flowing hair, perhaps a siren or mirmaid, or some poor heart-broken lass, gone and drown herself.Sometimes I see things in the bark of trees, obviously in clouds, and in rocks.
Pat, I love to see things that aren't really there. Makes me know I'm really here. heheI love to look at rocks and tree trunks, too. Love your evil laugh. :)
I see snakes. Lots of really mad snakes.Hey, it's like a Rorschach test!
Teeth and skeletal bones. Creepy!
@Yat-Yee: Thanks! Yes, it lurks.;)@Sherrie: Glad you like. Maybe it's a sign of our very active imaginations.@Bish: Yes! There are shape-shifting things going on there...@Robyn: I love that comment--makes you know you're really here. Wow, that's wonderful!@Linda: Oh, no! Will somebody analyze us? Well, too bad if they do, because writers have to go to the weird places to get interesting, don't they?@Liza: Gaping, yawning mouth. ;)
I saw images of a fish, a snake and a beaver's back in that photo.Once on a solo kayak trip I saw lots of ancient faces in twisted, gnarled driftwood logs at dusk.
When I first looked at the photo, I thought it was creepy, but after I stared a while, it morphed into a veritable Rorschach. Yes, I see the serpent and the dread things, but I can also see my cat stretching after a nap.
Awesome picture! I see otters and seals in the wood. Great way to image what you care about, eh? :o)Have a great weekend!
I see crocodiles.....is this normal? ;) Happy weekending! :)
@Paul: A beaver's back! I see it. That's great.@Viva: I love that it morphed. It's so fascinating what our brains do.@Jackee: Otters and seals! Oh, this just keeps getting better. :)@Sarah: Crocs! I don't know about normal, but it sure is awesome.
I'm curious-did you snap that pic?Hmmmm, shadows. Yep.Interesting post and concept, loved it!
WordsCrafter: Yes, I take all the photos on the blog unless I say otherwise (or bookjackets).Thanks!
Wow...those ARE totally creepy things coming out of the water.(Kind of like tree-alligator mutants...)Shelley
@Shelley: Mutant alligator, eeek!
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