April 10, 2014nature, spring rorschach tree Sharonlandscape photography, midwest photography, nature photography, photography, rorschach tree Like this:Like Loading...
Hi Brett, thank you. 🙂
Beautiful in its gnarly strong presence.
Gnarly – what a great word. Thank you.
This reminds me of a movie I watched a long time ago. Ironically enough a friend of mine was in the movie about trees that people were trapped in and the face showed in the trunk. Would it be ok for me to share this picture with him?
Hi Karen 🙂
Absolutely! I’m flattered!
What was the film? It sounds interesting.
The movie is ‘Eyes of Fire’ Here is a link to it. When I see trees that have even vaguely humanoid forms in them I think of this movie.
Thanks, Karen. I love these obscure, vaguely creepy and atmospheric movies. I’ll look for this one. If you haven’t seen “The Shout” or “The Hand,” also from the early 80s, they’re worth seeing.
Thanks for the great comments. 🙂
There seems to be a lot of character and history in this tree. Perhaps he has a story to tell us. 🙂
Thank you :-).
I think you’re right – a story for every year and season. We need only to listen. 🙂
Just a great study shot Sharon, Wonderful tree, every twist and shape could tell a story, good year, bad year, storms, ice, frost, dry spell.
I think I see his face doing its best to tell his own story 🙂 🙂
He was here before us and looks like he’ll be around long after we’re gone. 🙂
Thank you, Nigel 🙂 🙂
Sharon, this is so great – I love the photo and apt title!
Thanks so much, Eliza! 🙂
Hello, fifteenacres 🙂