The best would have been to post over the Halloween weekend to match with the occasion, but hey, I hadn’t yet found a creepy image to submit to Mitch Zeissler’s challenge last week at Imagecraft Bootcamp, which he hosts simultaneously at his and my blog.
I knew that perhaps I could have an archive photo to work on, but I decided to follow Mitch’s advice to go outdoors and find a new image.
Well, during the weekend I visited Schiermonnikoog island, a municipality, and a national park in the northern Netherlands. Schiermonnikoog is one of the West Frisian Islands in the Wadden sea. The Wadden sea is on the list of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.
Well, it’s autumn, it was foggy and there was plenty to discover.
To find creepy images wasn’t as easy as I thought, though. The island is 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) long and 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) wide. It’s a car-free island so I discovered it by bike. Of course I shot many images, which I will post later, so now let me share the only creepy image I found.
Look at it first.
It’s a friendly creepy face, isn’t it? But what is it?
It’s a tree that may have fallen due to a storm. Here is the back side of it.
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What do you think?