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  Deer with fire-glow in the woods

Deer with fire-glow in the woods
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Uploader comment: Photo was shot Mon Jan 28, 2013 in Jonesville, Florida. Have seen this wild deer with a bandanna on along the side of the road a few times, thought my kids would love to see it. It was 5pm, used a point n' shoot, no flash. Stopped and snapped a few pics from across the road in a church parking lot. Later,looked closely and saw firey-looking image in the tree. Resembles a jack-o-lantern face. The image immediately before this and immediately after do not have the orange-glow images. There is nothing but woods in back of where this deer is (no house, etc). Any ideas? It's creepy. Maybe post it to a photography website to see if they have answers?

   

 
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Comment icon #7 Posted by StealthHog on 11 February, 2013, 19:33
I like this one - looks like a fire demon stalking Bambi! Thanks for posting sparkleshan, good detail in your comment. Were you in your car when you took the shot? If yes could it be a reflection? I think it looks like that area has been over exposed or damaged. What kind of camera did you use? Asking a photography expert would be a great idea. On a side note - how does a wild deer acquire a neckerchief?
Comment icon #6 Posted by warholaimages on 27 February, 2013, 18:06
I donít think itís a camera artifact, as the tiny branches and leaves are in front of the glow. It would be the opposite if it was the camera. Other than that I really can only guess weird.
Comment icon #5 Posted by StealthHog on 27 February, 2013, 23:11
It appears to be behind the brush although it over lays a vertical growth...ie over exposed.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Lady Shade on 1 May, 2013, 21:31
1. Was the sun setting back there maybe? Or if it was setting did you catch a reflection of it? 2. Same question StealthHog asked: How DOES a wild deer get a neckerchief on exactly?
Comment icon #3 Posted by jamie2945 on 11 October, 2013, 5:57
lol this some real life fairy tale? a woman turned into a deer chased by some fire monster in that classic setting of 'The Woods'
Comment icon #2 Posted by numagirl22 on 2 January, 2014, 5:24
ha, that would make a great fairy tale! it does look almost like a face.
Comment icon #1 Posted by Brian Topp on 25 February, 2014, 3:38
Sun light shining from the other side. The bush/plant has many leaves making it so dark. The light is reflecting on the leaves on the other side, thus making it look bright yellow.


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