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“Where is this?
This is very unique work of art engraved on this tree. SomebiSo must be very creative to come up with this idea.
I’ll never tell… 🙂
Wow, that’s a cool representation engraved on a tree. I like the picture.
oh wow this looks like a cartoon photo. it look amazing already and it was well taken.
Wow, where can I see this tree? What a creative and act of professionalism. This just shows art has gone even beyond our imagination
Talented hands to do this awesome sculpture. Talented hands to take this wonderful shot. Just so wow.
This must have been so difficult to sculp. Whoever did it has a lot of talent.
That’s an amazing work of art. The tree should never be cut down.
I can’t imagine walking into this while in the woods. It looks scary.
It’s amazing that the tree remained intact despite the sculpting. That must have been a sculptor who is very good at their craft.
This could have been some kind of shrine. It strikes me as very religious.
I find the title interesting. It doesn’t look like an Indian to me.
Wow, it is as if the tree wanted the sculpture to be made. The tree did not cover it with resin, instead it was left there to be seen by the people around it.
Whaooo, this is a mystery of God. You are a good researcher Tom.
I wonder how long it might have taken to make this. At least a few weeks definitely.
A great fusion of nature and art. This is a masterpiece.
I wish it was painted. It would look so much better.
It’s like a ghost in a tree. Quite impressive the amount of work that went into this.
I doubt I have ever seen anything quite like this. The creativity is astounding!
Oh my word! Is that suppose to be some sort of sculpture carved in a tree? This is pure artistic expertise and a lovely one at that.
That sculpture looks like the spirit of the tree. I never thought someone could do something like that.
The sculptor who made this almost made it life-like. Or, perhaps, this is actually the spirit of a Red Indian, bound to the tree.
If it’s the latter case, was it to protect others, or to curse the person now bound to its wooden prison?
Well, we may never know, unless someone actually explains the lore about that tree.
Great photo as always, Tom.
What a lovely sculpture. It is an amazing work of art.
Wooow!! I believe it’s a Native, but that’s one of the coolest pieces of art I’ve ever seen. The detail of the carvings is outstanding.
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