posted on Jul, 24 2013 @ 11:34 PM
Usually these types of images are quite easy to figure out, and never really have anything to do with anything but geology. But I will say that in
this case I find something peculiar. Not regarding the positioning of any of the rocks, but mainly the fact that this looks more like a shadow than a
rock in the first place. Yet I see nothing that would create such a shadow. When I look at it I get the impression that it has been tampered with in
I admit I could be wrong, but maybe this is one of the PROVEN cases of airbrushing by NASA before the release of an image. In some of the older images
it seemed they did the best they could to blend in their touch-up work with the natural surroundings, but it was still sort of easy to tell something
was a bit funny in these images. But as time has gone on, they seemingly have either gotten really good at their jobs, or they are not airbrushing
things anymore. I find that hard to believe, considering they WERE airbrushing photographs at one time. Why would they need to do so then and not now?
If they were covering up something on the moon or Mars, surely those things would still be present there on the surface.
I just think it looks like a "shadow" was added to cover something up. I would rather be wrong to tell you the truth, and have this be just a rock.
But from what I see in the picture, I cannot agree with that. But then again there appears to something similar going on with the shadow near the
bottom right of the image. Another thing about the shadow is that it is "rounded." Not impossible in nature by any means, especially since liquid
flowed on Mars at one time, but I don't see what is creating this rounded shadow. But this is by no means definitive. I am not naive enough to think
that just because I think something, it has to be true.