…and the Cat in The Hat too.
When I was a kid, I use to love Dr. Seuss books. The story lines were fun but the illustrations were awesome. This pine tree resembles some of the illustrated trees he is famous for. Such books as “How the grinch stole Christmas”, “The Lorax” , “Oh, the places you’ll go!”, “And to think I saw that on Mulberry street”.
If you read any of these books as a child or currently read them to your kids, then you can see the artistic shape in this tree. And it should remind you of the times you sat down and read a Dr. Seuss book.