This dragon is formed by the roots of an uprooted tree. A wider view is shown in DragonWood #2. For an interesting likeness, check out Cortona by Daniele Canali. Also Climbing LizardWood is from the very same tree.
Very cool, and nice job capturing it. Is this a natural formation?
Yep, DragonWood is formed naturally by roots of an uprooted tree. This other picture shows more context. The dragon appearance is only from a restricted range of angles, and by adjusting the angle one can make the mouth gape larger or smaller. The other pictures are better for color-accuracy, but I thought this would make a better icon for my new group.
très étonant. Like. Cordialement, Catherine.
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I know it already and it still looks very frightening :). The background seems to be in flames.
Btw, Ken, if you are interested you will find something quite similar from my favourite photos list (Page 2, the second newest photo).
Fantastic similliraty! :-)
Catherine and Peterek, I appreciate for your visit and comments.
sixten, thanks for pointing me to Cortona. I agree with Misi, the similarity is fantastic!
Ken some thing for you to ponder on i suggest you open out large. see if you can find all the parts. great shot steve
Steve, thanks for the link. That was fun! I also enjoyed finding 4 faces the same day.
Wonderful motiv and creation
Its amazing, great, congratulations.Greetings from Poland.L&F
Beata, I appreciate your words. Greetings from California, USA!
Fantastic. Great find and capture.
Thanks for your visit keepclicking, and for taking the time to comment.
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Fantastic dragon!! Like & Favorite
Jan, a warm belated THANKS for your very nice comment and the like/favorite!
thomasseg, thank you very much for your visit!
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Photo taken in Nevada County, CA, USA
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