posted on Jan, 7 2009 @ 02:17 AM
reply to post by doomsauce
Not sure there would be that much turbulence around the log if that was the case, however that could also be manipulated. As for the blur around the
eyes, if you look around the image, you get similar compression results in areas of similar colour, so while it definitely could show evidence of
editing in of features, it could also simply be the result of compression.
The water still makes me wonder. there doesn't appear to be a strong current, yet there is turbulence behind it, telling me that it is moving
forward. So either whoever hoaxed it went to fine detail in order to pull of this relatively low quality image that 99% of the people who see it will
automatically assume fake and not even notice the work put into it, or it is another creature moving thru water, and has had the features added to it,
making it a pretty simple fake, that once more 99% of the people who see it will call fake.
Or it could be real, and 99% of the people who see it will call it fake...
Face it, unless we go fishing and it pops it's head up and opens its beaky turtle mouth, looks at us with it's slithery snake like eyes, and flashes
it's pearly white dinosaur teeth, 99% of the people who see it will call it fake.
Just thought I'd say that for what it's worth, the compression can lead to the blurryness where the features are (it appears intermittently within
the image) and I would think a log with features shopped in would not have water turbulence behind it.