posted on May, 26 2009 @ 05:51 AM
No expert, but from what I can see, the camera is taking shots from different positions.
The stones are all moving around. Look at the big rock to the right with the crak in it. You can't see the crack in one of the pictures. There is
also a 'wedge' or 'shard' like stone on the ground in front of the cracked one that also appears to move.
You can also see the shape changes in the two rocks on the left.
The camera has moved around these rocks and the object that apears to have moved postion is behind these rocks at a distance and may only appear to
have moved due to its location.
There appears to be a slight gradiant. Look at the very end of the arrow point.. you can see a line in the ground that goes off to the left.
Look at the object that moves, it is a different size and slightly different in shape once it has 'moved' between the two rocks.
I feel this may be nothing more than an optical illusion created by land gradients, stone locations and camera movement.
Nice find though Mike
They have moved the images around... picture 1 is th middle one with the arrow.
picture 2 is the top picture and picture 3 is the final one..look at them in that order and you can see how the camera moves around all the objects.
[edit on 26-5-2009 by Extralien]