A kindly protector looks down at the small snowdrops that bloom at the base of this Northern Japanese Magnolia. (left)
Seen full face, his third eye is a heart-shaped portal. (right)
He lives in a small forest glen area next to a stream and the exit route from Morton Arboretum.
Also at the base is a birdwoman. You can see her bulging eyes, pointed beak and long hair. (below right)
Moss-Covered Back Side
Around the back – the North side of the tree – you find a larger moss covered feminine face, watching the exiting cars.
And up high, facing East into the woods, is a very tiny outpost for the protector. He absolutely insisted I photograph him and I obliged although not understanding why. But here, looking closely, is the reason; it is a mini-version of the protector, seen both side face and full face with a small version of his third eye portal.