Wordless Wednesday – what am I?



Welcome to Wordless Wednesday 

Timber

Although it is supposed to be wordless and all about the photo today, I must tell you about this photo.  Although it looks, to me anyway, like a photo of a horse’s eye, it is actually a hole in a timber table.

We were celebrating Father’s Day at a local vineyard and the timber table had a few holes such as this. I took the photo and when I checked it out later it looked more like the eye of a horse than a hole in a timber table.

What do you think?

Debbie

Categories: beauty, blogging, Instagram, Nature, phoneography, Photography, wordless WednesdayTags: , , , , , ,

14 comments

  1. It could also be the close up of a very exotic butterfly😀 Nice one👍🏻

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  2. How ironic Deb. Because I actually DID take a photo of a horses eye today, my daughter’s horse Merlin. This is a fantastic shot.

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  3. Deb when I first saw this pic I thought it was the eye of a horse! Great shot! 🙂

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  4. I saw this photo the other day, Deb, on my mobile phone, and thought it was a horse’s eye as well.To me it looks more like that than a hole in a table even though I now know!

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  5. If I had not read the text, I would have assumed its a horse’s eye, but now I see the timber and the hole in it (the smaller version on the phone still looks like a horse’s eye to me though :)). It is indeed interesting that our brains are wired to recognize patterns 🙂 Thanks for sharing this pic.

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