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    Faces in the wood

    Not great quality (hard to hold camera real still one handed lol) but noticed these faces in the wood on the verandah this morning and had to take pics

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    I was just commenting to someone this morning how that when you get serious about photography. You become more aware of your surroundings. You might see something a thousand times, but with photography it's like looking at the same thing for the first time. I think this is one of those times.
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    What a coincidence. I was taking some shots yesterday and just snapped one of our trees. When I downloaded and took a look I saw lots of little faces all over the shot in the bark. I hope you dont mind me crashing in on your post Cathy, but here it is.
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    Thanks Geoff and Paul yeah are lots off little faces in the bark

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    Well spotted; some almost look like drawings.
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    Yes, All good fun and great observation. I appreciated the posts and had a smile on my face at seeing them...Thanks for the post. Regards Don
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    Thanks Ionica and Don

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    wow makes me feel like running out and having a look at the trees in the back yard
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    It's amazing what you can "see" when you really look! I have quite a few photos of faces in trees too

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