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  Aliens in the Mist

Aliens in the Mist
Image credit: © Oppono Astos

Uploader comment: A photo taken in December 2004 on a fine winters day; the camera was facing south at the low sun so lens flares were expected, and they duly appeared. However, the lens flare also appears to depict two faces - not human, but more akin to the archetypal 'grey ET'...


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Comment icon #10 Posted by acenaspheru on 12 February, 2006, 3:18
*_* sparkly
Comment icon #9 Posted by maj0r on 19 April, 2006, 17:14
creepy light
Comment icon #8 Posted by artemisthehunter on 21 June, 2006, 2:14
That's too cute.
Comment icon #7 Posted by samael on 1 July, 2006, 22:34
I don't think I see it that big paler patch in the middle?
Comment icon #6 Posted by samo on 9 August, 2006, 20:30
Yes it is R.New, the aliens eyes are the most visable they are at the bottom of the mist giving the alien a mahusive forhead...
Comment icon #5 Posted by nothinggreatstaysthesame on 2 May, 2007, 23:56
............What I find MOST fascinating with this image is that the grass beaneath where the face appears - is actually sparkling, which in turn resembles the GLAXY.........
Comment icon #4 Posted by shadowmalerenamon on 2 November, 2007, 13:47
If it is the lens flare that makes the "face", wouldn't that immediately label it as a coincidence? Also, since humans, unlike many animals, identify each other by sight and not smell, we are equipped with facial recognition. This means that pretty much anything that resembles a face, we immediately, and subconciously, identify it as a face. this is the cause of most people seeing "faces". I, personally, see nothing in this photo
Comment icon #3 Posted by cruz1923 on 31 March, 2008, 17:17
cool can you smell it
Comment icon #2 Posted by perryswife on 9 December, 2008, 1:11
don't you think someone in front of camera was smoking a bid cigar
Comment icon #1 Posted by ellejay on 24 July, 2010, 2:04
freaky how does grass sparkle like that?

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