Went for an afternoon stroll around the small town where I live.
Really not feeling photographically inclined at all and wondering what, if anything, merited a 'snap'.
Then I walked by this tree, which I have walked by maybe a few hundred times at the very least. And--
And for the first time, I noticed - it has this large rock positioned so that it seems to be leaning next to the tree.
Is the placement symbolic? is it landscaping feng-shui? is there a druidic gardener's circle operating secretly nearby?
Or is it just a large rock...next to an even larger tree?
I don't know. But I can't help wondering: late on a moonless night....do they (the rock and the tree) find a way to communicate with each other?
(The smaller adjacent rocks I think are merely younger siblings, along for the ride perhaps?)