This picture creeps me out.

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  1. Jeff Hunt

    Jeff Hunt Well-Known Member

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    A few years ago I took this photo by leaning over the tailplane of a P-51 Mustang ( Glamorous Gal ) wanting to get my reflection in the highly polished surface. It worked.

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    It was only after I got home and loaded the photo into my computer that I realized there were three other faces in the picture with me. Two people and what appeared to me to be a large dog or wolf's head.

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    The wolf's head is to my left and facing sideways the first person is above and to the left of my reflection and is upside down and the second person is in the top right corner.


    Creepy or what?

    Cheers,

    Jeff
     
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    #2 T Bolt, Apr 22, 2014
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    Clouds and reflections around the rivets, but that is CREEPY!!
     
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    Them be Gremlins !
     
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    Part of the functioning of the visual cortex is the identification of visual stimuli. If there is insufficient data present the brain "fills-in" the missing parts. In other words "pattern recognition". Our "hunted" ancestors had to make life or death decisions quickly often on insufficient data. Thus two spots close together become "eyes" and the remaining "blobs" are used to "fill-in" missing data making a "face". This also applies to other animals as well and "eye-spots" are a common form of mimicry
    Personally I noted the two "horns" growing out of your forehead
     

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    I didn't see the horns, but I saw the eyeballs in his forehead! :lol:

    The cloud reflections actually clooked pretty cool!
     
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    #6 GregP, Apr 22, 2014
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    I noticed the "Cannon" is printed backwards on his camera. Must have been a factory second, huh?

    Good pic, Jeff. If you hadn't told us, I'd never have picked that as a P-51.
     
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    See, I took the light spots in the middle to be the points of the horns.
    Like this drawing of nude women having carnal relations with giraffes...almost too graffic to post
     

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    Sorry Mr. Wint, but it had to be done.....

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    .....after all, there are a lot of children here.

    Geo
     
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    I'm not sure what is more scary, the 3 cloud faces or the 4th one ;)
     
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    It's a Cyclops. One eye in the middle of his forehead, labeled "Cannon" backwards.

    I think I saw this once on the cover of a Beatles album. If you played it backwards, it was Buck Owens.
     
  11. Jeff Hunt

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    On the contrary my good man, other than needing a haircut I have never looked better in any photograph except maybe this one.


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    Cheers,

    Jeff
     
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    :lol:

    Hell, even I would look good sitting in a fighter! :evil4:


    The second circled one if the one that gives me the heebee geebees.
     
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    Actually, I just looked at the picture again...and I swear that there's an Owl sitting on his head!!

    Look at him for a minute, and see the two rivets in the hair as the owl's eyes. Now notice how the hair in the center of the forehead looks like a beak...let the imagination to the rest! :lol:
     
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    c'mon...that's cool..!
     
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