Saturday, January 24, 2015

INTO THE WOODS

Anything is possible in the woods
Do you ever see something in the shadows that makes you do a double take?   I was roaming around looking at things as I like to do because in the Winter, the property looks different because so much vegetation is gone.  On this particular day however, I noticed something different.  When I glanced over to this patch of trees, I swear I thought it was someone sitting on the ground...then as my eyes focused, it looked a bit like a statue, perhaps the bust of a head and shoulders like you might see in a museum.

All I can say is I'm glad I didn't see this at night!

Off to the farm to see what we can get done.  Cold again, and we had a little over an inch of rain the last few days so I'm sure the ground is even more wet than last weekend but hopefully I can roam around and get some things done.

There is that LIST that we need to start tackling...

Enjoy your weekend, updates as I can.


24 comments:

Kate said...

Sasquatch (Bigfoot)??????

Dani said...

Whatever it is, it is looking straight at the camera...!

Delores said...

I see it too. Did you walk right over to confirm what it was?

Laurie M said...

oh my, now thats spooky!

Texas Rose said...

That IS a startling sight! And with those gnarly limbs reaching down - eerie!

Practical Parsimony said...

So, what was it? I m glad I was not reading this at night!

Gail said...

Stacked rocks or logs? You have my curiosity working.

Primroses Attic said...

Looks spooky.
Rosezeeta.

The Singing Gardener said...

Imagine seeing that suddenly in moonlight after watching a scary film.

Chickpea said...

Hi 1st Man, thanks for popping over to my blog. I will be following your blog with interest, we are hoping to move out into the country this year and become more self sufficient so as newbies will need all the tips we can pick up.

Seeing that would have me running for home as fast as my little legs could carry me :)

Alison said...

I think that is one of the coolest pictures you've ever taken. There's a line in the play that your picture made me think of; "anything is possible in the woods."

Elephant's Child said...

Love that statue. I wonder what it looks like in moonlight. Or a storm...

1st Man said...

I hope not, ha!!

1st Man said...

That's what sca...um...startled me. :-)

1st Man said...

Yes, it looks like a tree stump/branch that has fallen over. At least, as close as I got, that's what it looked like, ha. It was a bit too wet this weekend to get too close but I'll try again next weekend.

1st Man said...

Definitely!! I'm glad it was daylight, ha.

1st Man said...

That's under a mesquite tree and they are always kind of creepy too, especially in Winter.

1st Man said...

I think it was a branch/log that had fallen but it was a bit too wet this weekend to get close. I'll check again soon and update. :-)

1st Man said...

I think it's a log, but will check it out closer once it dries up.

1st Man said...

You know, spooky is the best word to describe it. Definitely!

1st Man said...

Thanks, I must remember now to avoid that area at night, ha. It would give me chills.

1st Man said...

Thank you! And welcome to our little corner of the world!! We were able to buy oura small fixer upper house and some fixer upper land and that's what we've been doing for about 3 years now. We hope to move out there permanently in the next few years. Until then we use this time to venture out on the weekends and do projects.

Yes, this was a bit scary too, one of the joys of having a place not in the city, ha.

Welcome again!!

1st Man said...

Well thank you very much!!! I like that line....I am going to change the caption on the photo to that! :-)

1st Man said...

Ooh, I'd like to see it in the rain/moonlight, that would be neat, and hopefully not scary, ha. When it dries up out there, and I can get closer, I'll check it out in the moonlight.