I now offer you this one - I reckon it looks like a pair of penguins, dancing. "OK, Mark, have you been at the Magic Mushrooms again?" you may say, but look again and I think you'll see what I mean.
Here they are again, but with the kids this time...
These are actually photos of chits or sprouts on a "Kestrel" potato. The purple tinge is authentic, by the way. That's how they are in real life.
And these are not really tomatoes at all - they are clams...
And what do you think this is???
It's actually the natural "seam-line" on a Christophene or Chow-Chow.
Is this a cross-section of a brain, or what...?
And isn't this a tropical fish of some sort?
OK, I admit it. I did edit this one a leeetle bit.
"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder", they say, and so I believe is Anthropomorphism!
Fantastic photo's. Had to take a few drinks before I could see the penguins.ReplyDelete
I could see the penguins right off...but then I am working on my second beer...ReplyDelete
Very creative. Bewitching even (a least the green chow-chow). My rhubarb was covered in snow today, crazy.ReplyDelete
I think you are fibbing big time on the Chow Chow, looks like Shrek's botty (not that I would know what that looks like either). :)ReplyDelete
I love it...especially the penguin family!ReplyDelete
I have a lemon that looks like a snail on my website tooReplyDelete
Ooo the penguins! I am so glad I can finally see again, I would not have liked to have missed out on these.ReplyDelete
Hee hee... bum.
The chow chow is called chayote here. I always thought they looked like an old persons pursed lips. The macro pics are great, love the penguins!ReplyDelete