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Feb 13, 2016 14:37 |  #46

i see a purple tree. :)


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Feb 13, 2016 14:44 |  #47

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i see a purple tree. :)


Ha ha ha very funny but this is not a joking post, the comedy section is elswhere:rolleyes:


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Feb 13, 2016 14:53 |  #48

If its blooming how do branches that are there behind the shape stop then continue on the other side, also there is no break or detail that would continue along the top of the branch, what ever it is is deffiantly as said before a 3D object that is infront of branches running behind, there is an area at the side that is a blown out - blooming area but this stops dead where the branch is.


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Feb 13, 2016 15:04 |  #49

I have taken the pic into paint and blown it up, the black and brown lines show the line of the branch and how it is broken by the object, and the black lines are to show the route of the branches that run behind and come out the other side of the object, meaning it has to be a solid 3D object sitting infront of branches slightly behind the larger branch the object is sitting on.

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Feb 13, 2016 15:05 |  #50

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If its blooming how do branches that are there behind the shape stop then continue on the other side, also there is no break or detail that would continue along the top of the branch, what ever it is is deffiantly as said before a 3D object that is infront of branches running behind, there is an area at the side that is a blown out - blooming area but this stops dead where the branch is.


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Feb 13, 2016 15:07 as a reply to  @ Benitoite's post |  #51

What ever :rolleyes:

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Feb 13, 2016 15:08 as a reply to  @ Pagman's post |  #52

Just sayin'.




  
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Feb 13, 2016 15:22 |  #53

Methinks that it's time for another cranial MRI and, perhaps a medication adjustment.


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Feb 13, 2016 15:40 |  #54

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Methinks that it's time for another cranial MRI and, perhaps a medication adjustment.


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Feb 13, 2016 15:57 |  #55

Odd things do show up in photographs from time to time. I took this a number of years ago. Sunny day, no fog, smoke, steam or anything else in the area. None of the other photos I took showed anything unusual so I do not consider it camera or lens malfunction.


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Feb 13, 2016 16:09 |  #56

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Feb 13, 2016 16:21 |  #57

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Feb 13, 2016 22:38 |  #59

I noticed the area in question and thought the shape was suggestive, although I recognized it as a small patch of blown-out sky, part of which is visible between segments of a broken branch. I think it's definitely not Lou Ferrigno and probably not a goblin.


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Feb 15, 2016 07:58 |  #60

looks like a bird took a huge dump on a limb and it just happened to line up with a white spot in the sky.


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