posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 01:37 AM
Hi. I'm new here. I have a few observations from an artists point of view.
The circumference of the "average" human neck is twice the circumference of the wrist. This man has a freakishly thin neck. The collar is very
tight... smaller than the pencil-thin neck. There is also some sort of a loop or wire at the back of the collar. A clue, possibly?
If you look at the background area above the boy's hands where the wall of the entryway meets the floor, something is very off. The wall just blends
into the floor. The perspective is way off. The colors are different. There is something dark sitting on the floor that appears to be partially melded
into the wall. It is out of place in perspective, and could not possibly be sitting there, where the corner of the wall should be.
Directly across the entryway, again, there is no clear definition of where the wall and floor meet. If you go by the angle of the wainscoting, and
draw an imaginary line where the floor should be in relation to it, suddenly it makes the black object by the dog appear to be floating.
The man appears tall because he is not in proportion to the space around him. He does not appear to me to be floating or standing on anything, in
relation to perceived floor level. He appears to belong more in mid-ground, as opposed to background.
Assuming that the right and left walls of the entryway extend the same distance into the room, the gift bag appears to be sitting in line with the
corner of the wall on the right. But on the left, it appears to be in line with the black thing by the dog, which is closer to the foreground - a door
width's distance closer.
Not judging or accusing. Just observations. Maybe this type of distortion is common in paranormal photos, just not in the physical, 3-D world.
edit on 24-7-2012 by 321equinox because: addition