NOTICE: You are using the close up to try to explain the image.
In the original, full sized photographs you can clearly see how it's a tiny lifeform hanging out around the branch that is coming from the right side
of the photograph. If it was a deer or anything on the ground like we're being led to believe, it would not be:
Hanging out around a branch that is clearly originating right near the trailcam.
If it was far away like a deer why is the tail's very end overlapping the branch that is close to the cam and portrays a small lifeform?
That is not imo a deer. I see deer everyday.
Not jumping, not facing away from the cam. If it is a deer why is it tiny and around the top of the branch?
The colors are pretty accurate. The leaves are green, the bark is brown. The grass is green.
Why is this face completely purple? Why totally red clothing?
LMH is not a good source but we can't shoot the messenger at all. I can't see how it's a deer in any way. I've looked at it, had friends look at it
and they all agree if it's a deer it's one tiny deer positioned above the ground near a branch that is close to the trailcam.
So it is not on the ground in the distance. That does not explain how it's face overlaps that branch.
I made some marks in Paint that help prove my point.
The first one shows the entire photograph directly from the site without enlargements.
1: That the branch clearly is growing from the ground, next to or behind the trailcam. The red arrows illustrate the origin of the branch.
2: Encircled in blue, you can see how the purple face is overlapping the branch.
The branch is thin, and it is short in height.
How could a deer which is on the ground:
1: Be both behind the branch and have its face overlapping the branch; if the top of the branch is not far away?
2: Be tiny enough to be at the end of the branch? Perspective matters. The deer cannot be far away from the camera yet close enough to have its face
overlapping the branch and its legs clearly behind the branch.
This second photograph straight from the site proves my point. The marks clearly show:
The arrow on top pointing out the end of the face overlapping the branch. Meaning the end of the face is clearly in front of the branch from the
camera's point of view.
The arrows below clearly show how the legs are behind the branch from the camera's point of view.
Since the branch is short, thin and originating from the area right near the camera, a deer cannot be behind the branch and have its face in front of
it at the same time.
The perspective does not indicate a deer in any way, shape or form. It would have to be a deer small enough to be near the top of the branch and close
enough to the camera.
It does not explain the coloration.
IMO: It is something unknown. Not a deer but some kind of tiny, humanoid individual with a bright red jacket, purple hat or hair, face of the same
color and very dark, stick thin legs.
Given the fact that entities like this are reported to be curious it suggests a small humanoid looking at the trailcam. It may have never seen one
before or it thought it did not show up.
Maybe knew it would and figured its just to show its presence.
edit on 31-8-2014 by Yeahkeepwatchingme because: (no reason given)