posted on Feb, 16 2007 @ 07:00 PM
This posting is as an example of the other side of the 'coin', so to speak. The photo analysis that goes on in the forum made me think about the
I have a real photograph of a flower that appears to have a face.
The camera captured it in a different way than my eyes did. It is not a flower with a face, just appears to be. The subject was a plain old cone
flower growing in the woods.
This photo was taken many years ago using a Pentax camera and Kodacolor film. The original is a 3X5 print. I took a picture of the photograph using a
digital camera then used paintshop to crop this image out of the 2560X1920 jpeg. No, I did not use paintshop to make the face and I do not claim the
flower had a face. Guess this is my 'face on mars'. (No disrespect implied, I am still open on that one)
The lesson I learned is that sometimes I cannot even trust what I have recorded on film.