I love how you make me think....you can see so much around you...Oh Deb your life will never be the same after tomorrow...so happy for you! I can't wait to see pictures of your precious grandson!Will be be born near you? Hope so!
The first pic made me think of an alligator head. The second, not real sure.
This reminds me of summer afternoons looking at the clouds and seeing shapes and things. My husband and I love to do that!
That does look like boar! I can see teh alligator too. I think the ardvark is "stretching" it a bit. LOL!
Yes, I am having a little problem visualizing the aardvark as well, perhaps you have a more refined imagination.
Ummm...Deb, have you ever had a psychiatric evaluation? We know you're excited, but... (jk) I think all that thinking has made me want to eat some toast.
You always have such interesting photos ... Love your posts!!
I love your imagination. I do the same thing when out in nature and see fanciful creatures when observing things around me.~Lisa
This is so cool Deb ,I do see the similarities. Thanks for sharing. I hope you are staying cool, and since I have been off line for a little while, may I ask how Judanna is doing, very well I hope. Please tell her I have been praying for her too.Hugs,Sue
I did think that was a hog and it kind of freaked me out!Congrats Deb on your grandson being born tomorrow! So exciting!Hugs, Cindy
Great shots. It's amazing what you can see with a bit of imagination. Hubby and I were just talking about kids not seeing shapes in clouds like we used to--guess they're too sophisticated!
Yeaaaaaaaaaa! Another take on the "Artsy-Fartsy" theme! "What does this look like?"Me'thinks it's another of those how-to-grow-in-seeeeeeeeeing. As in, how to notice photo ops. We walk along and think, 'hey, that fallen tree looks like......' So we click it. And wow, it does come out looking like.... whatever. So next step is to blog it. Yesssssss!!!!I love all this growing, which we bloggers are doing, in this photography thingy!!! :-)May I push my luck here, and wonder if you might try more cropping? I know, we have to know when to stop, with cropping. And it's a learning process. But, I am totally in love [or lust] with my iPhoto crop thing and I am driven to share my love of it. >,-) IGNORE me, if I am being over-bearing, though!!!!!!! ^_^
Aunt Amelia....I'm not a big cropper...I do do some....I do notice more now that I'm blogging and photographing....it is an eye-opener so to speak....love your comments...
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