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  If you look to the imediate left of the tree, you will see a face
     
If you look to the imediate left of the tree, you will see a face
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Comment icon #4 Posted by ForwardEarth on 14 January, 2011, 17:55
Look to the immediate left of the tree, and pretend to see a face.
Comment icon #3 Posted by The Photography Kid on 30 July, 2010, 15:19
Hate to dissapoint but your "face" is just camera noise, caused by low lighting conditions.
Comment icon #2 Posted by BellaCat on 30 March, 2010, 13:48
I took this picture between 10 pm and midnight. We went driving around the countryside stopping for a random picture when we felt like we were being watched in hopes to find something. We stopped here and took a picture of a 5-6 foot tall tree-more of a bush really. We were extremely lucky to have caught this one on my digital camera. We actually took two pictures of this tree, one to the left and one to the right...the other picture was odd as well-showed something like footsteps going through the sky and into the tree.
Comment icon #1 Posted by paraphd83 on 22 February, 2010, 19:23
I am curious to know a little more information about the picture, as well, just as an estimation how tall do you think the tree(s) are? Honestly the colors and shapes look similar to images I have seen prior. Thanks and appreciate more info!
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