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Wood Knots Images and cool shapes

Updated on August 12, 2013

Log Wood Knots can Talk

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Heart shaped knot

Heart shaped knot
Heart shaped knot | Source

Can Log Wood Knots talk?

I would think that log wood knots can't really talk, but we can talk for them. Why would we want to do that? Simply, because there is art in Wood Knots, that is if you can find it! After living in a log home for many years, I began to see the art on my all Natural Log Home. Well it is art to me.

Knots are simply where branches started to grow on a tree, or where limbs branch off. In a log home you will have knots everywhere, and if you take time to look and snap a photo, walla! There is your art form of a knot looking like, you name it.

If you have a problem with tree cutting, think about wheret you live, are there no trees involved in the structure of your abode? Saving trees is so very important to our environment, but if there is no alternative we go with what we have to work with.

So, now lets go check out the talking log wood knots and talk for them.

What do you see?

What do you see above?

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Bird or knot

Bird | Source

What do you see?

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Illusions of Wood Knots
Illusions of Wood Knots | Source

Knot photo shots

Taking pictures has been a hobby of mine for many years. Pictures capture many things in life and holds it there to go back and look at over and over again.

Why wood? Why Knot? There is beauty in all things we just have to find them.

I used a Cannon Power Shot SD1300 IS camera which I carry with me at all times. This camera was a gift that is small and very easy to use.

Wood Visions

What do you see?

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A. sea itB. Boo!C. Pup FaceD.Sunrise
A. sea it
A. sea it | Source
B. Boo!
B. Boo! | Source
C. Pup Face
C. Pup Face | Source
D.Sunrise | Source

Trees with knots

Tress forming knots
Tress forming knots | Source
Trees that will have knots
Trees that will have knots | Source
Trees everywhere
Trees everywhere | Source

Tree Lover

I love trees. I look at them everyday to see what changes are taking place. I watch the Deer play and nestle near the trees.

All trees should be saved unless it will be unsafe or too close to your home.

Thinning of the trees will make the remaining trees healthier and add value to your land.

It is an amazing sight to see the trees sprout their leaves and change colors. They stand so tall and proud.

The beautiful birds find refuge in our trees along with squirrels and other animals, which we all enjoy watching.

Trees seem to be part of mother nature's art. Hopefully we will always have trees to enjoy.

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    • twig22bend profile imageAUTHOR


      4 years ago

      Thank you so much for being so kind and the angels. I still enjoy trying to find more images and wonder if someone else might see what I see.

    • pstraubie48 profile image

      Patricia Scott 

      4 years ago from sunny Florida

      Hi My friend's parents had a den that had walls which were knotty pine, they called it. My friend and I spent a lot of time in that room and would often point out the faces or things we saw on the wood. thanks for sharing the photos....great shots.

      Angels are on the way this morning. ps


    • twig22bend profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago

      Thank you for your kind comments. There are so many images to see and enjoy. I have had family to stay over and they always ask if I see a certain image in the wood knots.

    • Victoria Lynn profile image

      Victoria Lynn 

      5 years ago from Arkansas, USA

      I love these pictures! One of them looks like a face. I thought of a cat. I have a new appreciation for wood knots!

    • twig22bend profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago

      Thanks so much for stopping by and your kind comments and vote. I really appreciate it. Most of us never take the time to really study our wood knots. It is fun to find an image within. Enjoy your wood knots. :)

    • moonlake profile image


      5 years ago from America

      I love your pictures they are all so good. In your third knot picture I see a bear. Little eyes, big nose and mouth. Enjoyed your hub voted up and shared. We are putting wood on our ceiling right now with lots of knots I will have to look at them better and see what I can see.


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