I took this image at the same cemetery where I shot the angel in yesterday’s post (“Evening Angel,” 12.15.12). When I first looked at this cross from a distance, it appeared to be floating in the air. When I got closer, it was obvious that it was being held together by a piece of rusty rebar, which had blended into the foliage in the background. But at first glance, the dull brown rebar looked like a stick or a branch from one of the bushes.
Was it just me, or did you have to do a double-take when you first saw this image as well?