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LUSUS NATURAE: Face in a tree

2012-11-28 - The Flatwoods, Adair County, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. A Fabulous old Beech Tree along KY 61 S, the new Burkesville Road through The Flatwoods, has become a notable marking place for travellers, reminding them of what they used to pass this along what is now Wheeler Hill Road. The tree is on back of the Santa Fee Baptist Church campus and - for those with the proper interpretative powers, overlaying order where there may be no order in the chaos of nature - holds the face of a one-eyed, flat faced bear. If you don't see a Flat Faced One Year Bear near the center, top of the frame, just don't tell anybody - that way nobody will think you are crazy. - CM
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