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I see a face- cool truck….
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Not just nosy this tree appears to be a landlord too – I can see at least two apartments just in this segment. Wonder if they are vacant or occupied 😀
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Even gnarly trees are interesting.
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What a fun nosy old tree. I have his brother somewhere in my archives. 😂
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Oh, my, I think I’m seeing things! LOL!
LOL, Linda, what are you seeing?
Well, should I even admit?…LOL! Sort of an upside down monster face or kind of a skull. Okay, maybe my hubby has been playing too many monster movies on Youtube! 😆
With all the lumps and bumps plus texture, anything is possible! 😎
I think it looks like a friendly dog in profile — one hole is an ear, the other is an eye, and the bump is the nose 🙂
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The nose knows…
Yes. Nature is the consummate sculptor. Here is a photo taken through my car’s windshield, There is actually an avenue of these old African Tulip trees, but this is my favorite. African Tulip Tree: Sunday Trees 307, Oct 1, 2017
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The bark of trees is just fascinating — as are those funny growths. The variety among these trees amazes me!
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