Okay Lowell. What the heck is it? If it's a turkey it looks different from the ones in Canada.
I "see things" sometimes too! :)
funny how our eyes can and do deceive us. sometimes, in the distance, rural mailboxes look like people---really. So if you have lots of time on your hands keep watching the branch. MB
I saw it move, I believe you.
The 'Ocala Monster' myth is born!
It's a branch? I thought I could see tail feathers. I guess that makes me the turkey.
LOL! Very funny!
Probably it was very windy :)
You had me fooled too! ;-)
So where's the tree?
There is a tree in our neighbor's yard that looked just like a rooster. Then it got pruned. Now it doesn't even look very tree-ish. I vote for a scientific experiment: have some Wild Turkey, then go back and take another look. Photograph if you can. Then decide. If it isn't there, you were right. It was a turkey. If it is, see if the Wild Turkey helps you decide what else it may be.
Perhaps this is an example of the elusive stick snake. They inhabit the Ocala area I hear.
A wooden turkey? Interesting.
What is this strange looking thing???
I once made Bill stop the car so I could take a picture of ..... an escaped plastic garbage bag. Could have sworn it was a giant egret.Also once I even posted a picture of a log in our Oregon wetlands that looked exactly like an alligator. Really.Perhaps this all doesn't make you feel a bit better, but your post made me feel happy to know I wasn't alone ;>)
LOL funny thought, but I think it's only wood! :)Léia
You've discovered a new species, Lowell!!! Thanks so much for your comment on my page. I always look forward to your photos too. I also look forward to your comments! Hope you and Lois Anne are having a wonderful start to your holiday weekend!
I can not tell what it is, a piece of wood, or a maverick? but I think the movement that you saw was deceiving the eye. It worked your subconscious! :) Have a nice day, friend!
Reminds me of that famous quote from that famous movie :-) In this case it would be..... "I see wild turkeys..."
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