Nature provides some interesting imagery; sometimes all that’s needed is imagination.
Can you see the bird in this branch?
These tangled branches resembled a heart to my eyes.This image is for Steve who blogs at Out on the Prairie.
Clever post, Beatrice! I do that sometimes too--see things from the shapes of things in nature. Mostly I see faces. :D Hope you have a nice weekend!
it really does look like a bird, with a really long beak. these are both great finds for your camera
good reminder to see the unusual in ordinary thing :O)
I see the bird Beatrice. I also see a camel bending for a drink.
Ok..well.. :) I see a birdie with it's head tucked under it wing. I've got a wierd mind though. Thank you so much for stopping by and wishing me a Happy Thanksgiving. I did have one. It was wonderful. A little sad in some ways..but lovely none the less.I hope yours was one you'll remember.Hugs,Mona
Hi Daisy, I will have to look for some faces. A good weekend to you too!Sandra, this branch looked like a great blue heron or a crane.Yes, Carol, ordinary things can be very extraordinary when we take another look.John, I looked again but couldn't see a camel !Hi Mona, you're most welcome for the Thanksgiving wishes, which I was thankful to send. And don't be at all concerned about having a weird mind...so do I !
It is amazing what we see when we take the time to look...
Yes, I can see what you see.
I love the heart, thank you very much.I find shapes and often wonder if others willsee the same.
Yes I can see them both, the bird must be a heron I think :-)Have a great day!Christer.
Yes, Possum it really is amazing.AC and Christer, glad you saw the "bird" tooSteve, glad you liked the "heart."
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