posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 10:50 PM
Hrm. Flagged. The wierd thing about this picture ... I took a bit of it and cropped it in photoshop with the sky, "water", and a bunch of the rocks.
I figured with just a bit of the tweaking with the color balances that I would get the "water" to blend out ... proving that the anomaly is just due
to the false-color filters. However, I am unable to get those shades to really melt in. Even selecting just a few shades of the blue all over the
picture, and tweaking them, I still get nothing close to the typical red-dominant pictures we are used to seeing.
I've considered that it's entirely possible that I can't "undo" the filters, but I thought this was postworthy regardless.
One thing they could have done was to take all "slate" gray shades and give them a tinge of blue. Hence the rocks look "bluish" ... and that
"water" would really be nothing more than some dark mineral deposists. I don't know but it's intriguing. I'm not going to touch the "figure"
[edit on 1/4/2008 by Fiverz]