Wednesday, October 28, 2009

DO YOU SEE WHAT I SEE ?


{click on top photo to enlarge} photo taken at 7:01pm

I took a walk with my daughter after dinner.
The sun began to set ... and the most glorious rays were shining down.
I forgot my camera.
We ran home as fast as we could.
By the time I grabbed my camera, I was too late to catch the rays.
I took the picture anyways.
I finally downloaded them, thinking they were not going to turn out, and I freaked out at what I saw.
Do you see the "face" ? I totally did NOT see that face when I took the photo.

I put arrows where I see eyes, and then a bridge of the nose. And a mouth, and chin...
I don't feel like it's a "happy" face either !
What do you see ?
{This photo taken at 7:02pm}
It's Outdoor Wednesday over at http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com/ 

26 comments:

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Cool, but a little scary!!!

Infarrantly Creative said...

Looks like a carved out pumpkin face to me. That is amazing though.

Life At Camellia Cottage said...

Nope, don't see it, and I can usually make 'something' out of most clouds. But I bet it was a gorgeous sunset!

Faith said...

I am seeing the face, but I see a
somewhat smile on the face..a jack o lantern came to my mind..It isn't a happy/peaceful face, suited more for this time of year... a jack o lantern face.. good job capturing the scene..I like to look at the clouds and see things where you wouldn't expect them. It shows we are creative....
Faith

Betty Manousos:cutand-dry.blogspot.com said...

Oh yes i saw it very clearly.
That is a rear pic!I love that. And also
I 'd love if you added your blog to mine. I'd love to see you every morning!
hugs hugs

Mary said...

It looks a bit like a skull to me, but I'm a bit fey so take no stock in what I say :-). I hope you are having a wonderful Outdoor Wednesday.

Anita said...

I see the face...cloud watching is a great past time...sometimes the simple things are the best.

mbkatc230 said...

Wow, that is some shot! Very, very cool. Isn't it interesting what the camera sees that we don't? Really neat post. Kathy

Teresa said...

Queen B!
I always forget that music is going to play! Ha!
I don't know why...maybe it's just me...but I SEE A HAPPY FACE!
XXOOXX

Rosabela said...

I also see the face and it seems kinda creepy but fascinating at the same time. :-)

eileeninmd said...

I picked up your face right away. What a cool capture and a wonderful sunset.

Bonnie said...

I see the face, although I am a professional cloud watcher, LOL !
No really, I see it !
Kammy

EntertainingMom said...

Yikes!!!

Whimsical Creations said...

That is wild!

Tricia said...

Wow - how surprising - it really does look like a face! Cool capture with your camera. Happy Outdoor Wednesday!

Kate said...

Wow. I see the face. I agree it is a very serious face.

Jeanne Selep said...

I like looking for things in clouds. :)

Meta said...

Very cool photo....I definitely see the face! :)

Meta xo

NM said...

This is amazing and yes I can definitely see the face but I think it looks inquisitive, not scary.

Great photograph-thanks for sharing!
Best wishes, NM.

Kathy said...

WOW I do see the face...amazing and right in time for Halloween!!

Ms Whit said...

Looks like a cat's face. Nice for Halloween. Thank you for stopping by my blog and the nice comment. Have a lovely day.

Sage said...

You are a good photographer; just beautiful!
Rita

Ms. Bake-it said...

Great shot. Very observant to have caught the face. It does not appear to be smiling but more like a bit serious or contemplative. It sort of reminds me of the 4-D sonograms!

Thank you for sharing it with us.

~ Tracy

Cinnamon-Girl Reeni♥ said...

That is so neat! It is kind of scary but do you see where the chin is looks like a heart too!

Kerrie said...

I see you are a girl after my own heart! I adore sunsets! I have been known to run a few blocks to get the best view from over the lake in our community. Your pics are gorgeous! Kerrie

Brenda Jean said...

I see it too! Wow, it's like a scary Halloween cloud!

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