reply to post by WulfBand
I'm sorry to be blunt but....oh, I see it's in 'Skunk Works'. Well....
at least no one is claiming to see the virgin mary yet.
I cannot comprehend this fascination with things that aren't there. Even the OP himself equated the B/W pics to a "coloring book". problem is,
those who design real coloring books actually intend
there to be something to color in.
Not trying to be a pooper, but I betcha you can take any high-contrast B/W photo, of say the Gobi or Sahara desert for instance, somewhere you KNOW
there are no buildings or vehickles, nothing artificial, and your mind will invent things to color in and LOOK like structures, cars,
Folks, it is the nature of how our brains function. How the visual processing centers of our brains work. We "see" shapes, even in unfamiliar
Anyone see the photo of a glacier that was just on the news?? Looks like the giant face of a woman, on the side of the ice, as the ice is melting it
appears as if she's crying.
We all know it's just a trick of the light and shadow, but it makes for a poignant 'moment' in time, when caught on film. Photos are a funny
thing, they don't reveal what you think they reveal....your mind makes it up.
Here's the link to the glacier photo...it's ALL imagination, people.
[edit on 3 September 2009 by weedwhacker]