Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Headbangers' theme: "Look what I saw!"

 Fishing Guy gave us the theme "Look what I saw!" for this week's header challenge. The big challenge is to decide what amazing thing that has been seen should be included. I can say of this picture--Look what I saw! and you see a head and a hill. You probably don't notice the two tiny dots on the hill--right there in the middle--just to the left of the tree to the left of the head.


You don't see them do you? All you see is the two dots. Here is an artistic hint to what I did see that day.
Yes, we saw two elephants on the hill above Lake Periyar in the Periyar Tiger Preserve National Park.

You do see interesting things in the National Parks and you don't have to go to India to do it. Just come around the bend in the trail and...
 Or come over the ridge and see...
 What, you might ask? A ridge and a mountain. You've seen that many times. But do you see that cloud of dust just about the middle of the picture? That is a large hunk of mountain that had just fallen off the side--as large as a building. That's what I saw that day. You don't see that every day.

And also on our travels we have seen some  amazing bits of architecture in the cities of Russia...
 ...and in villages.
You never know who or what you are going to see around a corner! Hmm, would I rather run into Mac or a bear.



Amazing sites at home or abroad.













But for the header itself, I am coming from the other direction. Looking out, grandson B is declaring "Look what I see! I see you!"

Check out the other headbangers who are listed in my sidebar. We will see what they see, and the results of the voting will be published later this week.


5 comments:

imac said...

Lots of Looks - whats - I's and see or saws.
Grand idea and what a hansom fella with a camera.

Dave Cawkwell said...

Peekaboo! I see you too.
I love those topiary elephants they are fantastic.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Kathy: I enjoyed your post with all the great captures of what you saw. Nice shot of the grandson hiding in the playground.

Paulie said...

How wonderful! Great catch!

Gailsman said...

Trust Stewart to pop up somewhere!