2010-12-03

Photo Finish Friday

Keeping an eye on the trail!


From back in October when we went for a walk in the dog park.

PFF is the brainchild of my cousin Leah over at The Goat's Lunch Pail.

Have a good weekend all.

18 comments:

Leah J. Utas said...

Ooohh. Squid Tree. So cool.
Excellent photo, Cousin.

Reb said...

Thanks Leah :)

David Cranmer said...

I love the way roots, like veins, run.

Have a great weekend, Reb.

Travis Erwin said...

Love the roots and one of these weeks I need to participate in this.

Reb said...

Thanks David. I do too, except, you have to keep an eye on them ;)

Thanks Travis. You should, I think Leah would be thrilled.

messymimi said...

Tree eyes. Much cooler than cypress knees.

Reb said...

Ha, thanks Messymimi!

solarity said...

That tree is just resting beside the path, right? As soon as you walkers get out of sight it's going to pull up its roots and scramble off somewhere else?

Mary Anne in Kentucky

Reb said...

Mary Anne, I am sure you are right ;)

Hilary said...

Ha, too funny. Eye like it!

Reb said...

Thanks Hilary ;)

kcinnova said...

That tree looks a little sinister, like it has evil plans for any passersby...

Scott Oglesby said...

I would love to write a short story based on that amazing photo one day Reb. So so so cool!

Reb said...

Karen, that one and all his siblings too! I swear those roots jump up if you are not watching them just to trip people ;)

Scott, that would be so cool! Go ahead and take the photo if you would like ;)

Dianne said...

I adore trees, I find them to be kindred souls
their bare limbs are my favorite and then their exposed roots
wonderful photo

I've been meaning to tell you - when your blog first opens that amazing cat face fills the screen and always makes me smile

Reb said...

Aw, Thanks Dianne. He makes me smile all the time. I love trees too, I feel that if only I could listen correctly, I would hear stories.

Barrie said...

This tree looks as though it would be at home in a Harry Potter story.

Reb said...

Barrie, I think you are right ;)