I usually post photos for the WordPress weekly photo challenge on my Perfecting Motherhood blog, but I thought I’d reblog this week’s theme, since the photos I featured are quite interesting and unusual, even wrong.

I recently took some cool photos at a San Diego county park a few weeks ago, so I thought maybe something in there would fit the theme. And that’s when I found not one but two photos to share. I hope you enjoy looking at them as much as I enjoyed taking them.

The first one is the photo of a two-third dead tree. I say two thirds because its trunk split in three early on in its growth and two of them had to be cut off, probably because they weren’t doing so well. The three-trunk tree looks wrong, especially with limbs cut off, but I love how nature can make a wrong right by providing shelter in the hollow trunks for animals in need.

WordPress weekly photo challenge: Wrong – photo of a hollow tree

WordPress weekly photo challenge: Wrong – photo of a hollow tree

The second photo is of another tree where something else wrong happened with its trunk. But if you look closely, you may find something right came out of this wrong. I describe it as the hooded lady with a scarf. I love finding shapes like that!Do you see it? If you don’t, maybe there’s something “wrong” with you. 😉

WordPress weekly photo challenge: Wrong – the hidden face in the tree

WordPress weekly photo challenge: Wrong – the hidden face in the tree

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About Milka Pejovic

I'm a freelance writer, artist and photographer. I write mostly for business, not enough for pleasure, and I take a lot of pictures of the world around me.

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