Life in progress

The Beast Emergeth


I came across a dragon in a big pile of dirty snow as I walked across the parking lot of Boston Pizza. I had to take the picture. Do you see it?

How about now?


Just in case, here it is with the contrast fixed:


click for a sharper image

Pretty cool, eh?

Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

36 thoughts on “The Beast Emergeth

  1. Nope, sorry, can’t see that at all.


  2. Another affirmation for me that you are living in the present and have a high level of awareness of everything around you ! Cool sighting!


  3. I thought it was a dog with short ears, like a short-eared Amazon dog.


  4. Nice pictures and imagination.


  5. Always thought those bitter winter winds were dragon wings aflapping. Nifty, cool, & neato! Any sign of a hobbit?


  6. It’s like cloud pictures, only with landscape πŸ™‚


  7. I don’t see it 😦 but I love the creepy icicles that emerge when you click the close up. It reminds me of those 3D pictures that just looked like colored static until you stared long enough. I never had much patience for those but boy they jumped out when I finally saw them. I’m sure yours will be like that for me. Cool post.


    • Ugh, I hated those 3D things. I could never see them. But I can try to explain my picture to you, so you can see it. πŸ™‚
      If you look at the highest point as the top of the head, right below that is the eye. He’s looking toward the right side of the picture so the slope coming down from the top to the right is his forehead. Going further right is his nose which eventually drops off completely vertical from the tip of his nose to his upper lip. Going left from there, is his mouth with his giant icicle fangs. Can you see him now? πŸ™‚

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