“Sorry, I don’t see it,” Hank said.
“Oh come on,” Marilyn said. “Look again. Look harder.”
“I’m looking as hard as I can,” Hank responded, his eyes squinting as he stared at the rocky mountainside dark against the setting sun. “I just don’t see it.”
Marilyn was exasperated. “What do you see?” She asked.
“I can’t tell,” Hank answered. “It’s too far away. It’s either a pile of rocks or a tree growing out of a crack. Or maybe it’s someone standing on the summit.”
Marilyn looked toward the huge rocky cliff. “What exactly are you looking at?”
Hank looked at Marilyn. He was confused. “I’m looking at what you asked me to look at,” he responded. He pointed to the outcropping at the top of the mountain. “That thing that is sticking up from the top. You said it looks like a young girl, but I just don’t see it.”
“No!” Marilyn said. “I said that it looks like the silhouette of a young girl’s face has been carved into the side of the mountain. Look harder. Don’t you see it?”
“Oh yeah!” Hank exclaimed. “She’s sitting down at the top of the mountain and her long hair is blowing in the wind.”
“You know what you’re problem is, Hank?” Marilyn said, shaking her head back and forth. “You can never see the big picture.”
Written for this week’s Thursday Photo Prompt from Sue Vincent.