I’m not sure what is going on here. You can see the dark hole at the bottom of the hole in the tree, and what looks like a spider’s web stretched across pine needles bent into an oval.
So maybe a spider lives in the tree?
Or perhaps it’s a small animal getting ready to hibernate for the winter, dream catcher in place.
(I didn’t expect to hear the train whistle when I was taking the video. I was hoping just to capture the sound of rain. But when I played the video back, the train added an unexpected element to the video along with Fate’s glowing eyes. Jon found the whole thing a little spooky.)
I still can’t get over how the pine needles are bent to create an oval and how the whole thing floats in front of the hole in the tree like a protective doorway.
4 thoughts on “Natures Dream Catcher”
It does have an element of spook to it! But quite fascinating too. Embracing, or perhaps, about learning to hold both views.
Oh definitely Barb, it can be both. Makes it even more intriguing I think. 🙂
I really want someone to tell us what made that!
Maybe someone will Patricia. I’d love to know too.