You know, I stare at the wall exactly the same way. Wonder if there are faces there too. That is a most curious tree.Slobbers,Mango
Wow. I really did see your wizard. That is amazing. You are a very observant fella. I hope you are going to get mom to take even more pics of that tree. It would be grrreat for a howl o ween post. I was very much relieved to learn that it wasn't another of those horrid PORKIES!
What did the wizard say? Is it a secret?I'd sure like to know, in case I ever come face to face with one!Kisses,Emma Rose
Wooos! An Ent??? Did it move, or just stay still for woo to watch? cool.-Kira The BeaWootiful
you are super brave! I think I woulda been scared of the faces. Did they tell you anything?wags, wiggles & slobbersMurphydog
That tree looks spooky...we would have barked at those faces.
That's a scary looking tree - we hope you barked at it a lot.XOXOLilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Java
hello splorin wolfies its dennis the vizsla dog hay hmmm that tree skayrs me a littel bit i think i must go pee on it!!! ok bye
We thought that was a spooky tree! We liked the apples on the ground but we might have been too scared to go get them.Have a great weekend tall friends.love and kissesMartha & Bailey xxx
Wolfies, that tree is way creepy! I don't think I'd even lift my leg on it! What if one of those faces bit my... you know. Gunther
Oh My...BOL...BOL...Humans probably can't see the wizard to goodBenny & Lily
Wow, that's a very unusual tree - maybe you should charge a fee to look at it and use the money for lots of good bones.Woos, the OP Pack
Wowzers! That's so cool! I'd want to sit there and stare at the tree FOREVER!Play bows,Zim
Thankfully it was not a porcupine!That tree is scary!Kisses and hugsLorenza
Hi Wolfies - that is a scary tree, *shudder!* We think you're very brave to sit in front of it for a 'face off'!It was a shame our humans couldn't leave comments on your blog whilst they were on holiday - sigh! But they did follow it, and were very alarmed by Guinness's run in with the porcupine, yikes! Saige's account of it made them giggle too!Schnauzer snuggles - JD and Max.
It's the fairy dust that all Irish dogs have. Their celtic roots have many mysteries. What an interesting tree to say the least. Although I don't know if I'd be brave enough to venture towards it at night time.
I wouldn't like to go past that tree at night time!Congrats on Saige's picture with her Grandpa winning pic of the month on BoneZone! Its a classic!Kisses,Stella
Brillant! We could see all sorts of things in that tree!We were at a church service/blessing of animals yesterday morning and met a wonderful Irish Wolfhound pup! Only 8 months old and the owners took him in as a rescue pup not quite realising what they were taking on! At eight months he is huge! But he was adorable and his owners love him!take careClive