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Big Grin PhOtOs- Is it a Conker or a Tree?

Is it a Conk-er Tree? Amateur Photographer Snaps Tree That Looks Suspiciously Like a Nose

-(But How Did it Smell?)

  • Unusual weeping willow was snapped by amateur photographer Bob Carter
  • He noticed its trunk curved like the bridge of a nose and had 'nostrils'
  • Spotted the tree at cemetery where he spread his best friend's ashes
Daily Mail UK, 3 March 2015


This unusual weeping willow was snapped by an amateur photographer who noticed it looked strikingly like a nose.
Bob Carter spotted the tree at Chanterlands Avenue Cemetery, Hull, where he spread his best friend's ashes.

The photograph shows the tree's trunk jutting outwards to create the bridge of the nose. And definite mounds give the illusion of nostrils.





Not to be sniffed at: The weeping willow at Chanterlands Avenue Cemetery, Hull looks strikingly like a nose



Mr Carter, 57, said he felt like his friend, George Kennedy, had led him there and that he just 'burst out laughing' when he saw it.
He said:

'As soon as saw the tree I noticed the nose. It's just so obvious to me. I've never seen anything like it before.
'I was there with the family of one of my best friends - George Kennedy - to spread his ashes.
'He knew how much I loved photography and I felt like he led me there.
'He knew I'd have appreciated it and I just burst out laughing when I saw it.'





Touching: Bob Carter spotted the tree when he was at Chanterlands Avenue Cemetery, Hull, pictured, to spread his best friend's ashes. The 57-year old said he thought his friend, George Kennedy, had led him there
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