Tree Hand

I’ve been chasing accidental faces for a while — or they’ve been stalking me, it’s hard to tell — but now I see new vistas before me.

Hands! Or, maybe, Feet!

Herewith, the first entry, from a walk along Middle Head Trail in Cape Breton. Nor was this the only place where trees appeared to be hanging onto the Earth for dear life.

Tree roots growing over boulder and forming a hand

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6 Responses to Tree Hand

  1. Marilyn Smith says:

    Quelle belle photo, Isabel! I see a graceful hand placing that rock in the forest for eyes like yours to notice!

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Marilyn – Now that’s interesting. I see an ogre-ish being. (Don’t look up!) Too much sci-fi and not enough Tolkein in my yute, perhaps.

  2. Alison Uhrbach says:

    More bird claw to me?

  3. Judith Umbach says:

    Great eye and photo ability! An astonishing view of our earth.

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Judith – Many thanks. I think I started noticing them because some roots extended across the path.

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