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She wants to dance... by Allein She wants to dance... by Allein
I put this as a scrap because it isn't a good picture in itself but it just a picture I want to share with people because I can't get over just how amazing it is to find such a complete representation of a human form or at least of a recognizable shape in a natural formation.

Human beings always try to imitate nature through science or arts. But here we have a woman straight out of the victorian era (hair and dress and posture) emerging from the grain of the wood.

I can't help but think that, had I had sliced the piece of wood thousands of times before and after the visible slice and had I put the slices side by side, I would have probably witnessed the lady dancing. At least, I like to think that.

I think that people aren't as impressed by nature as the should be... or sometimes they just lack imagination. It doesn't kill to look at the world with the eyes of a child every once in a while. Look at a flower like you've never ever seen one in your life, look at the moon, a tree, clouds or the patterns in wood. That's the kind of things you'll miss if you don't.
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Teru-teruMomiji Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2005
Oh my God!!! Wow. She's so amazing. You can even see her two arms! You might as well say she's dancing. I am absolutely in love with things from the Victorian Era and to see a part of it imprinted into something straight out of nature -that could have existed throughout that time itself- is truly astounding.
When I was little I used to do things like taking two stones and sticky-taping them together to make a duck and such. I think I'll take that up once more...
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