Wordless Wednesday ~ April 24, 2019 April 24, 2019April 24, 2019 ~ Tails Around the Ranch Keeping an eye on you [Pagosa Springs, CO]Live, love, bark! 🐾 Sharing is caring:Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)MoreClick to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
39 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday ~ April 24, 2019”
Ever get that feeling that you’re being eye-balled?
Watcher in the woods sort of thing, I suspect. 👀
Yeah, I can see that…MOL 😀 Pawkisses for a wonderful day🐾😽💞
Good one, Binky! 👀
Very cool!!! What?? oh. Ma said not to pee on it. ☺
Bwahaha, Ruby! Go ahead my friend, pee away. 😆
How cool! Great find 🙂
Rosy, Jakey & Arty
You know that creepy feeling you have thinking someone is watching you? 😁Yup. #eyesintheforest
I pity the poor fool who tries to cut down that tree! (Yes, I thought it was a birch too. Thanks for clarifying.)
That is so cool – it’s interesting the things you can spot in Nature.
Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber
Mother Nature has an interesting and artistic sense about most things.
Knot a good look.
Bwahahaha. A clever pun-you should pen a book of ’em!
I wonder if it has whippy branches to control the thugs once it spots their misdeeds….what were those trees in Tolkein called…? Ents?
Yes! Ent trees. I had totally forgotten about those trees in the Lord of the Rings.
I’ve been in love with the aspen tree ever since we spent a summer in Colorado.
They practically shimmer, especially in autumn.
I’d be mad too if two lovers carved their names in my nose…
That tree can see. Great capture.
Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥
Keeping an eye on the forest world is a full time job. 👀
I see you. Have a great day.
Hee hee. 👁
Two eyes AND a mustache!
It would seem so!
That tree appears to be giving the evil eye!
No doubt-we were a bit of a rowdy group at that outing. 😇
I’m not so worried about the eye but the creature to the left of it.
I was going to ask if the tree was a birch, but I saw that you noted it’s an aspen. Does Aspen CO still have the trees for which it was named?
Aspens are everywhere and because they have a rhizomatic root system, they are technically one of the largest living organisms in the world. OK in the mountains but not so much in the urban landscapes where they are invasive and difficult to remove. I edited the photo to indicate it was an aspen after John Howell thought it was a birch. Around here, I hardly ever think of birch trees, though there are some, it’s not my first thought when I see a white barked tree. Should have realized that when I published.
even the trees have an eye on us LOL
Just goes to show we’re always being watched, whether it’s CCTV or nature. Happy Wednesday.
It’s actually an Aspen, but a lovely tree to come across in the mountains nonetheless.
I loved Telluride in the summer. The Aspens were spectacular.
You spotted a great motif! 🙂
I often respond to winks 😉