Those looks a wee bit like giant spider legs.
Yes….I think there are 2 or 3 large spiders about ready to rise up out of those ferns.
I hear the music, the crawling spider music, that goes with this scene.
Now, I can’t explain why I am thinking this. Sigh. Maybe I need some sleep. 🙂
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A passion for photography is a natural for me, when as a child growing up in the prairies and badlands of Alberta I spent days exploring nature, geology, geography, and weather. “I was, and still am, enthralled by the grandeur of a prairie thunderstorm, the welcoming song of a meadowlark or the thundering roar of a train coming down the track,” and it's that inquisitive, observant nature that continues to fuel my creative work that resides in private collections across North America and Europe.
My involvement in photography, however, goes well beyond personal explorations. With experience as the staff photographer with the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology , Reynolds- Alberta Museum and other government positions, and with work published worldwide in Travel & Leisure, Canadian Geographic, Life, Photo Life, Readers Digest Press (Australia) and Japan Times.