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Friday, August 03, 2007

Optical delusions



My gosh! Who, or what, is peeking out from under the leaves in the lower left? (Click on the pic to enlarge if you can't see the face...)

I love catching some pixels and getting a surprise!

9 comments:

Mauricio said...

Hello Lori!

Nice weekend with many fowers:o)

See you

Jon said...

A completely arresting photograph. I thought these colors were only found in supermarket food-colored daiseys, but to know that they occure in nature is somehow calming.
And the face? It's a mirror on the lens of a bubble. It sees our cupie doll souls. Wink and it will wink back. Dig past the fronds and it will disappear.

Susangalique said...

OMG!

THat creeps my shit out. It looks like you captures a fairy face.

I didnt see it till I enlarged it and then I saw it and was so suprised. That is wild. I am going to show Mike (hubby) he likes thisngs like that too,.

Dave said...

Freaky!

Reya Mellicker said...

It looks like an earth elemental. Hey little gnome - Lori's too fast for you! She caught you!!

Another blogger captured a pic of a fairy in her garden recently, really, it looks just like the old Victorian pics.

marja-leena said...

Love your zinnias and the pixie -pixel face! I love these surprises too.

Larry said...

Just another zinnia-fish cruising through the leaves. They can stay out of the water for several hours, if the weather is humid, before returning to their watery home.

Just kidding! I've had a few photo surprises too while observing the latest haul on the 'puter screen.

Pythia3 said...

Ah, the fairies . . . they help me in my garden enormously! As a writer of children's tales and poetry, fairies are not just little mythological creatures - they are REAL!
Did you ever see, "Fairy Tale - A True Story?" It's about fairies images captured on film.
Thanks for sharing - as always, I am uplifted and inspired!
Lindy

Lee's River/Zlatovyek said...

cooool.