About time we had some happy fun times round here. Let us play with some of the first photographs of fall, then, shall we? All of the following photos have bits hidden in them, which anyone with a properly-attuned sense of pareidolia might see. I’ll help you along by giving you Subtle Clues.
Ready? Let’s see what’s not really there!
We shall begin with a simple one to warm you all up. This one’s from our recent trip to Ross Lake Dam. You can find a fantasy beastie along the trail. Question is, which movie is it from? Star Wars? Neverending Story? One I haven’t mentioned?
And there’s a waterfall in this picture, I promise you.
Right. Now you’re properly warmed up, find Jesus and Chthulu!
Special bonus internet points to anyone who can identify the type of rock we’re looking at.
Going more local to me, here is a late-blooming Bothell pea, with a face hidden somewhere within its surroundings:
And, finally, we have got a late-blooming rose with two bees. It’s the second bee you’re searching for:
I also just noticed the bee-shadow on the petals. That’s super!
The weather has been spectacular. With luck, it’ll hold through our upcoming Oregon trip, during which we’re going to go do a little light geology with Lockwood and soak in the last of the serious sunbeams. I’ll bring you back lots of lovely photos! And perhaps a few more hidden things, if you’ve enjoyed peering at these.