The first question I would ask is: Is this picture taken with a digital camera or a film camera? If the latter, did the original also have this
"creature"? If not, was the image scanned from a print or a negative?
A speck of dust in the camera lens wouldn't show up as sharp as this one, but in scanned images or especially negatives you can often see dust
particles that look weird.
Only after these checks, we could start to find out what this "creature" actually is. It could be a dragon, a flying leprechaun, just a dust
particle or whatever.
Well, I'm not sure what method they used to enlarge the picture, but when I blew it up in Photoshop, I got an enlargement that wasn't as "bumpy"
as the enlargement in the OP.
My enlargement below first struck me as looking like an Ultra-Lite Airplane, similar to the one I included in the inset. Or it was possibly a
hang-glider with a similar wing and tail configuration as that ultra-lite. It would not surprise me at all if that cliif is used by hang gliders and
Its not a handglider. It looks like a piece of dried up bushy grass blowing in the wind. If that was actually something in the background it'd be
massive. Look at the dimensions man. Would be as big as a jet fighter
Ah but remember "depth of field" in a 2D photo means it may appear to be massive some distance away or tiny but very close to the lens, so without a
second camera to measure this depth of field I'm afraid we cannot be so certain.
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