posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 04:51 AM
The water I see is under the slate overhangs in the lower left quadrant.
On the middle left edge of the image there is a piece of flat slate angled downwards and underneath that and to the right and left of it there appears
to be water. There is no detail in the area to the right of the flat slate but it is grey reflection of water which is lighter.
What gives this away as water is that you can see THROUGH the water to the ground below where there is shadow a little further to the right. In the
grey area, you can only see lighter reflection and NO detail. (which you would be able to if it was not a reflection)
To those who say that standing water is not possible, step outside the box for a moment and consider what if we are seeing water here, all you have
been told are lies.
If you do not see water, please explain the third paragraph above - the grey featureless area and the black detailed area of shadow.