What is it, you ask? I don't know. I would think just a piece of driftwood with a piece of rope tied to it! Found this on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
The sea and sand can carve some interesting shapes in driftwood, it is kind of odd to have a rope in it though. ec
Could be it part of a shipwreck?
nice entry...thanks for dropping by to deep down the heart,...hope to hear from you again nxt time...see yah
What a random find!
Bits of pieces of stuffs washed up ashore :)
cooll....Mine in here Have a nice weekend
Interesting shot. Looks like a huge chicken head emerging from the sands...hehehehappy hunting!Pearl
Nice piece of drift wood. We can tint or paint it to make nice decor.Thanks for visiting mine.
that will worth a lot of money is some part of asia...mine's up here.
looks like a beak of an eagle.nice photo here.check out mine tooWooden Harley Davidson motorcycle
It is an interesting piece of wood. Must be a story behind that rope . . .Have a Nice Weekend!
That is a great shot. I sure wish I were there right now! :) Happy Hunting.Hope you can come see my Wooden Shot.
Great shot... the sea does make an otherwise uninteresting piece of wood something to behold :-)
This is a cool photo!
This photo is interesting!Wooden Doorway Wooden Staircase
What a wonderful find, excellent shot. I could be this week's winner!Thanks for stopping by mine.
Someone was probably using it to anchor something down. BEautiful shot.
What a beautiful piece of driftwood. It would be great to draw in charcoal.Sara from farmingfriends
Great shape to that piece of wood, and it looks perfect in the sand with the water rippling around it.
That is a beautiful piece of wood out there in the sea!
Very nice photo - it kind of looks like a bird's head to me! Thanks for visiting mine!
Your photo brings back childhood memories. I grew up by the beach and driftwoods were common things you see washed up on shore. Thanks for the love on my first PhotoHunt entry!
Great shot! And so unique, too. ;o)
Beautiful - who knows what that old piece of wood has seen! Thanks for visiting my post!!www.diaryof1.com
Looks like some sort of dinosaurs head, wait untill you see the rest of it...
Coolio! Looks like a carving of a birds head to me :) Happy photo hunting!
That's so cool!Have a great weekend~!
There's something very special about driftwood that's unlike any other wood I think. It takes on some wonderful shapes.
Nice entry for the photo hunt theme!
That is a cool piece of wood. It reminds me of those tables and clocks people make with driftwood.
This shot is very interesting. I wonder why the rope was tied to the driftwood? Child's play? Thanks for sharing.Blessings,Mary
Very nice! I love driftwood which reminds me of my childhood visits to the Oregon coast.
What a great shot and choice for today! Love it :)
Ooh, I love driftwood. My dad used to have a very unusual piece downstairs on the bar. I must ask hime whatever became of it! We're originally from the New England south shore area. My parents walked the beaches of Cape Cod a zillion times! Thanks for this very unique photo.WillThink4Wine.com
hmm that is interesting.wonderful entry for this week theme.Have a great weekend..;)My so called lifeLife's Impression
totally cool! great shot. happy weekend.
That is awesome. One of the coolest planters I have ever seen was a piece of driftwood with random cacti in it! Thanks for visiting my first PhotoHunt.
I think it also resembles a large arrowhead. Very interesting subject, Ancient One! Thanks for stopping by the creek earlier. I do hope you will come back again soon. Blessings on your weekend!
I've seen some interesting driftwood pieces today. This is the first one with a rope.
hmm i believe there's a ship attached to that piece of wood, but the seas and the wood eroded it to its current state... i wonder what mysteries that slab holds...
Perfect photo for this week's hunt. Just wondering how the rope got there...Thank you for sharing - have a blessed Sunday.
I think its a part of some Gallows from 1674 with the noose still attacted, lobbed into the see when the french done away with hangings... :) - nah not really..... I LOVE finding driftwood and trying to make out what it could be.....Found your blob via 'Gathering Around The Table'..... its nice here :)x
interesting. i wonder what's the story behind the rope.
What a glorious piece of driftwood. Lovely color and form there. Thanks for stopping by Maraca!Vicki
Whatever it is, it looks neat! Kind of like a giant wooden frog. Well, maybe not. But it's grest shot, Ann!
It is a wonderful picture. My husband go down to the beach sometimes and we find driftwood and he carves our names in it. we hope to one day go and find one piece still there. We can always hope. Have a good week. connie from Texas
what a great find, I love it, Thanks for stopping by my place last week while I was unable to comment I wish to express gratitude for those kind enough to visit and comment.
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