So the other day while walking I carried my camera. I posted about what I saw along the way. Anyway, I also took pictures of other things along the way. Here is one.
I know, it's just a rock, but look at it. I mean really look at it. I did and for the first time I saw years of wear and tear. I wonder how the ridges got there. I wonder where it came from and do you think it was part of a larger boulder that was broken off?
Now, look at this one. What do you see? I see a facial profile and off to the side I see a bear pointing at the face.
On to the next driveway and I saw this one. If you look closely you can see the small white pieces that are attached. At first glance I thought someone had placed tiny rocks on top of it but not true. They are part of the large one. And look, in the upper corner, it looks like someone has tried to drill a hole in it.
I have to thank Jean Wells and also Inner Excavate with Effy Wild for bringing this to my attention. Through both I have come to realize how much I miss during the day. I am now more aware of my surroundings. All of these shapes and carvings are part of time passing and every single day we pass the common everyday items in our world without stopping to look. We just get too busy with stuff to notice. I would love to hear from you about your surroundings and what you found today.