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Road Demon
Image credit: © Matrixxx

Uploader comment: Look at the bottom center of this picture and tell me that this isn't a scary horned demon and at the left hand side just off the road there are a number of skulls and on the right hand side there is a face about center and right on the edge!


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Comment icon #10 Posted by ~*phoenix*~ on 24 August, 2005, 21:55
Some one has been stareing at a photo too long... n has been thinking too much.. but okay I guess its weird :-\
Comment icon #9 Posted by jonb on 24 August, 2005, 23:18
this is stupid, you could spend about 10 minuites on this picture and pick out about 100 faces, i can see about 6 in the bush on the right. just what your brain does when there is a pattern of somthing in a pic
Comment icon #8 Posted by claizen on 25 August, 2005, 9:44
I agree with jonb. I think its called Maxtrixing or something.
Comment icon #7 Posted by matrixxx on 30 August, 2005, 4:09
Just a small reminder to Claizen and the Admins. Notice the last guidline. Comment Posting Guidelines No spam No offensive language No one-worded posts No flaming
Comment icon #6 Posted by hypodermic on 30 August, 2005, 18:32
Nice pixels display going on in this pic..
Comment icon #5 Posted by bible boy on 31 August, 2005, 4:02
This is no different than a Rorschach inkblot test. You can find any shapes you want in random patterns and designs. In the negative spaces in the trees in the background, you can make out human limb shapes, bird shapes, a seal and a dinosaur. And to matrixxx, I believe he was referring to "Matrixing," a term "ghost hunters" use to describe the human tendancy to pick out images that arent really there. I dont think it was a reference to you.
Comment icon #4 Posted by bleak on 5 September, 2005, 8:17
That's is a HUGE imagination. what a waste of time and space here
Comment icon #3 Posted by simara on 16 September, 2005, 3:46
I think its just a imprint in the road...maybe a holes they didn't notice b4 and looked at the picture too hard.
Comment icon #2 Posted by eternal light on 27 September, 2005, 9:43
Oh man! I can't believe that Bible Boy and I agree for once; gotta be a first. And to jonb; He/She got right to the point, and came up with the sensible summation, in a style unique and funny.
Comment icon #1 Posted by sourpatchkid on 6 October, 2005, 2:21
just look at this picture and tell me that your camera doesn't suck.

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