Friday, February 26, 2010

New discovery of an old object

This is the murmuring of a little old man, and it is a little complicated. He is hoping you can bear with him.

"I cannot conclude that it was not there just because it was not seen before. It is seen now never means it existed just a while ago. A long existed object is always new and is a surprise if I have never discovered earlier, though it may have already been too ordinary to others. This is the reason why some of us are too weird in their eyes occasionally. We can therefore manage to enjoy and feel happy with what we consider wonder of the day, and we continue to have wonder day after day."

Is it too complicated?

"I have the feeling that this tree was a dog in its previous life; or a dog had reincarnated in the body of a tree. "

You can understand him more if look at the tree in another angle.

"Have you ever noticed the burst out of a chrysalis? Do you think there is a similarity between both of them?"

"I wonder how Indiana Jones will response if he happens to encounter this, and this must form an interesting and mysterious part of his diary, and people will come back, with the map that they have found in the diary........"


jeannette stgermain said...

The end of that branch (stump) really does look like a dogs head!

Diane AZ said...

Nice find, this is the wonder of the day, a dog wood tree that looks like a chrysalis!

Poetic Shutterbug said...

I think Diane said it best. The ordinary always comes to us in a moment of extraordinary :)

wenn said...

interesting shot!

Cheryl said...

I loved the story!

Anonymous said...

The eyes are the beholder! If the tree looks like a dog in your eyes, then it's. I just look at people's pictures and read their translation! It's very interesting..

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

A very unique tree.

Kirigalpoththa said...

It remind me the face of a bull dog. Your power of observations is unique!

Misalyn said...

Nice find :) That certainly looks like a dogs head, far better than the 'alien'

Have a great weekend rainfield.

AVCr8teur said...

You find many interesting things in the woods where others might have missed.

rainfield61 said...

jeannette stgermain:
I must be right since you are having the same view. By the way, I aim to buy a macro lens, not now, but after having enough from Google.

This is certainly the one of the in those days. I have picked up a few, many to go.

Poetic Shutterbug:
"The ordinary always comes to us in a moment of extraordinary"..

I rather think it comes so naturally, as my eyes look at it.

You can have the same if you choose to see them.

Really?? You like the story by a little old man!!!

Icy BC:
You are definitely right. They can be anything in our eyes.

If you happen to see one in your place, it must be part of its journey.

I am very insane in such a level that I see thing differently.

Hope you can find happiness from here.
Have a nice weekend.

I have learned all these from Indiana Jones. I am his follower.

eileeninmd said...

Great post, I enjoyed it and your "dog" tree. It is a new wonder. It would be cool to see a new wonder every day.

Birdman said...

That's a lot for GREEN.

Sharkbytes said...

I think the tree ate the dog, and now the dog is trying to fight his way out!

betchai said...

your imagination and thoughts always amuse me Rainfield, and am glad for those since you are able to capture your imagination and thoughts through your pictures.

Ratty said...

I think Indiana Jones might respond to this in a very similar way as you have. We all have a love of nature and discovery that is inspired by very similar thoughts.

rainfield61 said...

I went back to look for the "dog tree" this morning, but somehow failed to trace it.
My mind map was not right.

Yes, that's a lot of green though it is so hot recently.

Little Red Riding Hood tells the same story.

I am glad too since my blogging friends would like to read about them.

"We all have a love of nature and discovery that is inspired by very similar thoughts", and it will continue.

Autumn Belle said...

If it was Indiana Jones, he will look deeper into the tree for a key that unlock the secrets of an ancient mystery. If it was Alice in Wonderland, she would talk to the tree and the tree would answer back.

rainfield61 said...

Autumn Belle:
What a great comment. I should have thought about them earlier. By the way, who are you? Are you Indiana Jones or Alice in Wonderland?

SquirrelQueen said...

There are many who would overlook what some of us find to be wonderful. I see the dog in the tree as well, thanks for sharing with us.