Friday, September 23, 2011

Look closely at the photograph. What do you see?




I came across this one day and did a double take.  Did someone leave a little rocking horse in the middle of a field?  Is there a little doggie taking a rest?  I love looking at clouds and imagining all sorts of animals and shapes, but sometimes nature gives you the same thing right here on the ground!  Now, click on the photo to enlarge it.  Oh my,  it seems that it is simply a fallen tree branch!

What do you see?

25 comments:

maddyrose said...

How fun! It looks like a dog grinning from ear to ear resting in the grass. Enjoy your weekend.

craftattack said...

It looks like a dog or a foal lying there, what a wonderful branch!

Craftymoose Crafts said...

It is amazing, isn't it! I thought it was a little pony taking a rest!

laurie said...

that so much looks like a little horse,, beautiful,

- T.W - said...

Haha, that's so cool! I saw a tiny li'l horse lying down...
Too often, I mistake piles of dirt and stuff in the forest for curled up foxes... guess I'm just hoping I'll be right someday. ^-^

// - T.W -

Diana Evans said...

oh wow!!!! is that a pile of leaves that looks like a horse!!!! wow!!!!

LadyCat said...

I definetly thought it was a little horse! Very cool : )

KAT said...

I thought it was a baby zebra...LOL a fallen branch Nature is such a joke-ster !
happy autumn
- KAY -

Nelly said...

This is amazing! I thought it looked like a giant sea horse! Nature can do some funny things. Kuddos to you for taking the picture.

Have a great weekend!

Paula - Buenos Aires said...

A baby unicorn. :)

hastingshall2 said...

Crystal, this is really amazing. I was so sure it was a rocking horse. About a year ago, driving into our subdivision I spotted what looked like a tiny horse in the woods. When I investigated, sure enough it was a stuffed horse about 3 or so feet high with leather bridle and saddle. I guess it was stolen from somewhere and abandoned in the woods. The vet who lives nearby finally took it to his clinic. I was sure, when I saw your photo, that there was some ongoing horse hoax around.

izzy said...

I thought it was a dog made out of drift wood, like those amazing life size horses! thanks-

Judy Adamson said...

Amazing! My first thought was a little Fallabella taking a rest.

But the park I cross to go to the shops has had a lot of similar fallen branches recently so it didn't take me long to realise it was likely to be a branch.

Franz said...

Che forte!!! Sembra un cavallino!!!

ger chouinard said...

YUP, it's a little pony ... how weird is that. Makes you think ... it's not always the way it seems .... hmmm! Thx for the visit Crystal ... you are SOOOO creative! :)

Carol Blackburn said...

Yep, that would have made me do a double take also. Looks like a foal.

Lee Pierce said...

I love it! Looks like a stuffed horse toy lying in the grass - remarkably like one my daughter had as a child.

I like catching something in my peripheral vision and then turning to see what it really is :D

Magic Love Crow said...

You are so right Crystal! I thought is was a puppy! Great post!

Leovi said...

If you really get for all sorts of imaginations, a picture is very mysterious.

Scarlet said...

Beautiful! I thought it was a colt. Happy Saturday, amiga!! :)

Daniella said...

I thought it looked like a little cow. Am I weird?
xxDaniella

Liz Revit said...

It almost reminds me of a seahorse.

Dolly Daydreams said...

It also reminded me of a sea horse and the a rocking horse and then a pony but never a fallen branch .....amazing !

Marie

Carrie'sCreations said...

How funny!! Once I dodged what I thought was a white dog with my car. I almost caused a major wreck and it was just a white grocery bag floating around!

Kristin Dudish said...

How cool is that?!? I totally thought it was a wooden horse! It is perfect for you!!!

This is a funny post because I just saw a tree shaped like a snail while I was on the highway and I made Bob find a safe place for me to take a photo of it! ha! I'll have to post it soon :)

xo
Kristin

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