Thursday, November 20, 2008

Sky Watch




The silhouette of the toad rock at Mt. Abu., Rajasthan.


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21 comments:

Deborah Godin said...

That's a rock!?!?! Wow, that is really amazing, Mother Nature has a great sense of humor!

Larry D said...

Great rock! Happy SWf!

SandyCarlson said...

That is one doozy of a rock. Looks like a great big turtle.

chrome3d said...

You are sure there is no plastic dinosaur park? Funny photo!

roadgurl5 said...

Wow, what an interesting shape...reminds me of a turtle! :o)

magiceye said...

oh wow! that sure is incredible!!

My Precious Niche said...

Wow! amazing! happy skywatching! :)

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Bobbie in Hawaii said...

I thought the same thing as Sandy -- that it looked like a turtle. Happy SWF.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Love the rock and the capture nice shot

Tootie said...

This is a very unique photo.

Darla said...

Wow, that's interesting, is that fog?

Carver said...

That's a wild image. I love it.

Small City Scenes said...

That is amazing. I like it. MB

babooshka said...

It looks like a giant turtle. Imagnative skywatch

Jim said...

That toad looks not very happy! We had better watch out for him/her/it!
Thank you for your visit and nice comment. Happy SkyWatching!
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BTW I peeked at your 'other blog' again. I like your park, it is nice that you can go there.
We didn't always have a nice 'back yard' like you saw. There is a nice park in Houston that we like to visit. From my 'other blog':
http://jimmiehov.blogspot.com/search?q=Herman+park
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ChrissyM said...

What an amazing photo!

HOBO said...

Tortoise.
Claps !!!

humanobserver said...

wow ! thats amazing...As such a huge turtle.

Naturegirl said...

Good one! Yes it does look like a toad /turtle! I would agree Mother Nature has a sense of humor!

Aileni said...

Looks more like a Galapagos tortoise.
I ma not doing SW anymore, too crowded.

Louise said...

I thought it was a banana branch. I love the umbrellas or lights or whatever the colorful things are in the foreground.