Indian Head by danapommet ()
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We have been going up to Lincoln, New Hampshire for many years. And we have been staying at the Indian Head Resort for the last few years. The namesake of the resort in a natural formation of granite that looks like the profile of a native American Indian. You decide. Photo taken from the resort maybe a half mile away with my 300mm long lens.
It will zoom a little bigger and also clearer.
Thanks for stopping by, taking a look and for all your previous favs and comments.
They are very much appreciated.
Image Comments (29)
eekdog () 12:14AM | Sat, 11 July 2015
does resemble one my friend, great shot of it. did you know Peddy / Corrie? sad news about her my friend.
SunriseGirl () 12:40AM | Sat, 11 July 2015
What a delightful place with a huge natural sculpture to give it a name. Thanks for sharing.
jayfar () 2:52AM | Sat, 11 July 2015
This is a great natural profile Dana, but the 'Crazy Horse' sculpture is the one to see. Just mind blowing.
Jean_C () Online Now! 2:55AM | Sat, 11 July 2015
It's really a superb place, excellent capture, Dana!
Katraz () 2:58AM | Sat, 11 July 2015
Great shot Dana I could see It even before I read the title , he looks almost as handsome as me.
MrsRatbag () 10:41AM | Sat, 11 July 2015
The profile is quite distinct; the trees make it look like he's a bit hirsuite! Good capture, Dana!
Erestorfan () 12:45PM | Sat, 11 July 2015
Great capture, Dana! Do you know in all my years in NH, Lincoln is one of those places I haven't really explored? I head the resort is great, but have never been there. Think I need to broaden my horizons a bit, LOL!!
CavalierLady () 6:16PM | Sat, 11 July 2015
Yes, I can see it, Dana. I especially love the lush forest growth. Not many pine trees around my neck of the woods. :)
Jay-el-Jay () 4:27PM | Sun, 12 July 2015
A good photo of this New Hampshire sight.The elements have made some changes.
Hendesse () 5:21AM | Mon, 13 July 2015
Nature makes the best things, a stonemason could have done no better. Superb shot!
caty77 () 4:35PM | Tue, 14 July 2015
Perhaps he loses a part of his nose with millenium ^^ But nature makes many head everywhere! Superb landscape! Have a good day!
sossy () 10:57AM | Wed, 15 July 2015
yes, it really looks like a head with eyes, nose, mouth and long hair! impressive capture! ;o)
wysiwig () 11:10PM | Sun, 19 July 2015
This is really neat and a great advertisement for New Hampshire. And it comes with a pine tree headdress.
K_T_Ong () 4:13PM | Sun, 02 August 2015
Lush nature scene. Love it. I like to imagine he's a dormant Native American giant who (like King Arthur) will reawaken and return when the time comes!