some stones are interesting to see, especially if you use your imagination looking to the stones, it can resemble to something.
Nice pictures, all of them. But these do stand out - the one at six o'clock in the bottom picture looks like a row of rock lions or Qi Lins standing guard. The reflection makes them seem taller.
The one at three o'clock also the bottom picture is like nature doing its own Ikebana arrangement while the one at four/five o'clock also in the same montage is interesting, the roots. Is this a mangrove tree?
Yes indeed, I have cottaged series of pics which every pics resemble an animal or something. Let me start first.
(left to right, up to down)
1. A Peacock who forgot to comb his hair
2. A Globin reaching out to you
3. An old lady washing her hair
4. Fireworks on National Day
5. A herd of rhinos charging at you
6. A painful way to die (ouch!!!)
7. A Camel's head
8. Ship from Captain Hook (and I am Peter Pan)
9. A fat croco opening his mouth
I must thank Unker for this wonderful trip that muse my imaginations and enhance my lifetime experiences. Everybody should see it for themselves on what the Kuching rivers mean to them. THANK YOU, FH2o.
(dun worry this is the final series of my pics on this trip.. in case you are bored to death and thinking of using option 6 above)
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