Friday, April 19, 2013

What Do You See?

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

20 comments:

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

A bird with his tongue sticking out and flapping his wings.

TexWisGirl said...

a bird or a dragon coming out of the ground to fly.

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

A sword fish ....

Scrappy Pink Corner said...

How funny, I thought a sword fish as well. I just left a comment on Kim's blog and now I click on yours and she thinks of the same thing I did.
Great pictures.
TFS Ana

Scrappy Pink Corner said...

How funny, I thought a sword fish as well. I just left a comment on Kim's blog and now I click on yours and she thinks of the same thing I did.
Great pictures.
TFS Ana

Lynne said...

I see a bird with a mighty fine feathered plume and long protruding tongue.

Debbie said...

Alligator....crocodile!!

or a dead tree ;))))

Chatty Crone said...

A wizard - what do you see? sandie

Paula said...

I was thinking bird or shark before I read the comments. What do you see?

joy said...

Its a phoenix rising from the ashes, well spotted,
Joy xx

AC MILAN said...

old tree like as crocodile

BIKBIK AND RORO said...

A dragon and his swordfish friend coming out of Hades.

Beth said...

Looks like a swordfish to me. ;-)

Bee Lady said...

What do you see Jill?

Cindy Bee

Optimistic Existentialist said...

A two-headed dragon!!!

Jackie said...

A baby bird waiting for mama to drop a worm in it's mouth (bottom center) and a midieval looking flying fish creature heading upward out of the center of the tree

Paula said...

First thing I saw was a baby birding waiting for a food drop!

Susan said...

I looked and looked and finally shrugged my shoulders. I have no idea! Maybe a swordfish?

Catherine said...

Dear Jill, I had to concentrate, but then I see a bird. Now, that is all that I see.
Hope all is well. Your blog looks wonderful.
Blessings dear. Catherine xoxo

Marissa said...

Interesting...

I see what everyone else sees.

I should have not read the comments before studying the photo better, maybe I would have seen something entirely different. :)